Diesel and Gas-Engine Plants in Turkey
Aliaga Alosbi-I
Location: Izmir
Operator: Aliaga Çakmaktepe Enerj Üretim AS
Configuration: 4 X 17-MW 18V46 engines CHP
Operation: 2007
Fuel: heavy oil
E/G supplier: Wartsila
EPC: Öncü İnşaat, HT Muhendislik
Quick facts: This autoproducer serves the Aliağa Organize Sanayi Bölgesi (ALOSBI) industrial zone about 65km from Izmir city.

Photograph courtesy of Öncü İnşaat
Posted 23 Aug 2008

Aliaga Alosbi-II
Location: Izmir
Operator: Aliaga Çakmaktepe Enerj Üretim AS
Configuration: 28 X 8.7-MW 20V34SG, 2 X 17.5-MW steam sets CHP
Operation: 2010
Fuel: natural gas
E/G supplier: Wartsila
Quick facts: The second phase of the Aliaga plant was opened on 29 Sep 2010 as the largest gas engine power station in the world. Six engines were online with the balance to follow when the required transmission links were completed.

Photograph courtesy of Wartsila
Posted 29 Aug 2010

Antalaya OSB Phases I&II
Location: Burdur
Operator: Enda Enerji Holding AŞ
Configuration: 6 X 8.7-MW 20V34SG
Operation: 2006-2008
Fuel: natural gas
E/G supplier: Wartsila

Photograph courtesy of Enda Enerji Holding AŞ
Posted 23 Nov 2012

Gaziantep
Location: Gaziantep
Operator: Sanko Enerji
Configuration: 3 X 8.3 MW 18V32/40 engines CHP
Operation: 2001
Fuel: heavy oil
E/G supplier: MAN B&W
EPC: MAN B&W, Iltekno AS
Quick facts: This plant in the Gaziantep City industrial zone provides electricity for a brick factory, a film factory, a towel factory and a yarn factory. It burns heavy fuel with up to 5% sulfur and is equipped with a wet limestone FGD scrubber. Construction took 13.5mos.

Photograph courtesy of MAN B&W
Posted 26 Dec 2010

Manisa
Location: Manisa
Operator: Manisa Organize Sanayi Bölges
Configuration: 3 X 16.32-MW 18V50DF engines, 4 X 8.73-MW 20V34SG engines CHP
Operation: 2005
Fuel: natural gas, heavy oil, diesel oil
E/G supplier: Wartsila
EPC: Wartsila
Quick facts: MOSB is located in Turkey’s Agean Region where 20% of the country’s electricity production is consumed. With continued industrial expansion, power supply became increasingly problematic and so the organization tendered for a captive plant. In Oct 1999, Wartsila was awarded a contract for a 54.3 MW diesel power station with 3 X 18.1-MW 18V46 engines. In Sep 2004, Wartsila was awarded a contract for a replacement power staion with seven new engines. The cogen plant also supplies 45.5 tph of steam and 1,250 tph of hot water.

Photograph courtesy of Manisa Organize Sanayi Bölges
Posted 22 Aug 2008

Nigde
Location: Nigde
Operator: Birko Enerji
Configuration: 2 X 5.5 MW
Operation: 1999
Fuel: heavy oil
E/G supplier: MAN B&W
Quick facts: Birko Enerji is an affiliate of one of Turkey's large industrial groups and this cogeneration plant supplies a textile factory.

Photograph courtesy of MAN B&W
Posted 25 Oct 2003

Odayeri Depolama
Location: Istanbul
Operator: Ortadoğu Enerji
Configuration: 17 X 1.42-MW JGS420 engines, 3 X 1.36-MW engines
Operation: 2009
Fuel: landfill gas
E/G supplier: Jenbacher
EPC: Akademi Teknik Musarvirlik, Ortadoğu
Quick facts: This is one of two LFG power projects at Istanbul region landfills operated by ISTAÇ Inc, the municipal waste-disposal company. Odayeri in Kemerburgaz covers 52ha and holds about 32mn tons of refuse. The LFG power plants were tendered in 2007 and construction got underway at the Kemerbrugaz location in May 2008 with 5 MW online buy the end of the year. The project was formally opened by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Apr 2009. A 20km, 34.5kV line connects to the national grid.

Photograph courtesy of Ortadoğu Enerji
Re-posted 30 Nov 2014

Samsun-I
Location: Samsun
Operator: Aksa Enerji Uretim AS
Configuration: 132-MW combined-cycle CHP with 18V46 engines
Operation: 2003
Fuel: heavy oil
E/G supplier: Wartsila
EPC: Cengiz
Quick facts: In Sep 2010, Wartsila announced that the Samsun-I CHP plant would be extended with a single 18.3-MW 18V50SG gas engine, the largest yet produced. Also, six of the existing 18V46 engines were planned for conversion to natural gas.

Photograph courtesy of Wartsila
Posted 29 Aug 2010

Samsun-II
Location: Samsun
Operator: Cengiz Enerji
Configuration: 132-MW combined-cycle CHP with 18V46 engines
Operation: 2003
Fuel: heavy oil
E/G supplier: Wartsila
EPC: Cengiz
Quick facts: This large diesel power plants has SCR with Haldor catalysts plus a Desox plant.

Photograph courtesy of Cengiz Enerji
Posted 20 Jul 2008

   
  Tekno Bilecik
Location: Bilecik
Operator: Tekno Enerji
Configuration: 6 X 4.33-MW TCG 2032 V16 engines CHP
Operation: 2012
Fuel: natural gas
E/G supplier: MWM
EPC: Guncan Enerji, Iltekno
Quick facts: This IPP is in OSB Hurriyet and was orginally built for peak energy and balancing supply.

Photograph courtesy of MWM
Posted 18 Mar 2015

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 18-Mar-2015

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