Aksa Power started commercial production at its three power plants with a total council power of 740 MW in Uzbekistan, whose ministry approvals have been completed.
ISTANBUL (IGFA) – Operating in 7 countries, including Turkey, Aksa Power has started production at three natural gas combined cycle power plants with a total power of 740 MW in Tashkent and Bukhara, the capital city of Uzbekistan, whose ministerial approvals have been completed. Thus, Aksa Power successfully implemented the largest Turkish power investment in Central Asia.
Aksa Power, which implements fast and sustainable projects with its expert technical teams, engineering skills and deep knowledge, commissioned all three power plants in Uzbekistan in a short period of 18 months, the construction of which was completed in only 12 months.
Announcing that they have started to Uzbekistan in Tashkent and Bukhara, with their prestige today, Aksa Power Management Board Leader and CEO Cemil Yarari said that he is proud of successfully implementing a project of this scale abroad in such a short time and in Uzbekistan. He said that they are proud of raising the power of the.
Noting that they have successfully commissioned three of our power plants in two other cities in Uzbekistan, benefit said, “With this investment, which is a valuable touchstone for us in line with our globalization strategy, we are carrying our power arising from Turkish soils to all over the world. With the commissioning of all of them, we started to operate about half of our delegation power in Turkey and the other half abroad.”