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FOCUS ON INDUSTRIAL PLANTS FOR SOLAR ENERGY!
Atergrup company Aterenerji, Schmid & Pekintaş Energy’s solution partner, took responsibility in Middle East and Africa.
İZMİR – Atergrup operating in contracting, application, wholesales & retail sales field of construction business made a decision for growth in solar energy sector. Atergrup company Aterenerji, solution partner of Schmid & Pekintaş, particularly focuses on industrial plants.
Aterenerji General Manager Serkan Gümüş states that they will be putting emphasis on photovoltaic investments in the nest periods and adds “A leading equipment manufacturer in solar energy sector with 150 years of history, the Schmid company and Pekintaş operating in construction sector since 1959 jointly installed a panel company worth of 100 million dollars in Düzce. We are the solution partner of this collaborative work. We undertook many important responsibilities in a wide territory that includes Middle East and Africa for application of the panels.”
“We need to avoid disasters like Soma”
Pekintaş explains that people working hard to produce energy from fossil fuel were harmed at Soma disaster and said “We should avoid reoccurrence of such disasters again where we can easily produce electric from sun, using technology. Structures and material quality at Europeam industrial plants are different than Turkey. We as Aterenerji designed solar installation systems under Anterenerji brand in accordance with Turkey’s structure systems and construction materials. We have an ongoing installation work at Güreş facilities in Manisa”.
Applications are proliferated, prices at drop
Gümüş reminds that there are new regulations effected in respect to incentives for solar energy and government contribution at the end of last year and concluded “Therefore, the rumor was that Turkish market would be the star country of year 2014 but England is the star country at the moment. Here, end-users showed great interest for installation of their house-roofs. The prices dropped down as the application became wide-spread. A 15% reduction in prices is expected by 2016.