Power Plants

In addition to Turkey's first geothermal energy plant Kızıldere 1 (15 MW), Kızıldere 2 was implemented in 2013 with a total investment of $250 million. Kızıldere II is Turkey's largest geothermal power plant and one of the world’s leading integrated geothermal power plants with an installed capacity of 80 MW. As a sustainable power plant, Kızıldere Geothermal Plant invests in the environment and the social structure of the area as well as the latest technology. Alaşehir Geothermal Energy Plant, completed on the highest security measures with zero accident, operates with its 45 MW total installed capacity and produces 315 million kWh per year. 30 month long team work night and day and implementation of additional development with 650 labor of the plant from the drilling of the project to construction and production, each phase capacity work continues.

Denizli Kızıldere 1 Plant
Type: Geothermal Energy Plant
Capacity: 15 MW Electricity

Denizli Kızıldere 2 Plant
Type: Geothermal Energy Plant
Capacity: 80 MW Electricity

Denizli Kızıldere 3 Plant
Type: Geothermal Energy Plant
Capacity: 165 MW Electricity

Manisa Alaşehir 1 Plant
Type: Geothermal Energy Plant
Capacity: 45 MW Electricity

Rotor Electricity Production Inc., operating within Zorlu Energy, generates electricity over 300 million kWh annually at Gökçedağ Wind Plant in Osmaniye. Plant which has started its generation with full capacity in the first half of 2010 after completing the installation of 54 turbine, and is one of the largest wind power plants in Turkey. The Gökçedağ Wind Farm was awarded the Gold Standard thanks to its low greenhouse gas emissions and contribution to sustainable development. Gökçedağ Plant is integrated with Voluntary Carbon Markets, and also holder of Gold Standard certificate with its awareness of ecological and social balance. The construction of Rotor II (Sarıtepe and Demirciler) wind farm projects with an installed capacity of 80.3 MW, whose license terms were extended, began. The wind plant has also granteed Gold Standard certificate ensuring its contrbutions to sustainable development worldwide.

Osmaniye Gökçedağ Plant
Type:Wind Energy Plant
Capacity: 135 MW Electricity

Sarıtepe - Demirciler Plant
Type:Wind Energy Plant
Capacity:35 MW Electricity

Zorlu Natural Electricity Production Inc. has inaugurated its improvement efforts in plants and its electricity generation by taking over the operational rights of 7 hydroelectric plants for 30 years within the scope of privatization. Additionally, pre-investment works regarding the Sami Soydam Hydroelectricity Plant with 124 MW capacity, that will be built on Denizli, Dalaman stream by Zorlu Hydroelectric Power Production Inc. remain.

Tokat Ataköy Plant
Type: Energy Plant with Renewable Hydraulic Reservoir
Capacity: 5.5 MW Electricity

Kars Çıldır Plant
Type: Energy Plant with Renewable Hydraulic Reservoir
Capacity: 15.4 MW Elektrik

Tunceli Mercan Plant
Type: Energy Plant with Renewable Hydraulic Canal Type
Capacity: 20.4 MW Electricity

Erzurum Kuzgun Plant
Type: Energy Plant with Renewable Hydraulic Reservoir
Capacity: 20.9 MW Electricity

Eskişehir Beyköy Plant
Type: Energy Plant with Renewable Hydraulic Canal Type
Capacity: 16.8 MW Electricity

Rize İkizdere Plant
Type: Energy Plant with Renewable Hydraulic Canal Type
Capacity: 24.94 MW Electricity

Erzincan Tercan Plant
Type: Energy Plant with Renewable Hydraulic Reservoir
Capacity: 15 MW Electricity

Zorlu Energy Electricity Production Inc. with its thermal plants, has 239 MW generation capacity and 269 ton/hour steam production capacity.

Lüleburgaz Plant
Type: Natural Gas Cogeneration Plant
Capacity: 49.53 MW Electricity + 209,5 ton/hour Steam

Bursa Plant
Type: Natural Gas Combined-Cycle Plant
Capacity: 34.3 MW Electricity

Yalova Plant
Type: Natural Gas Cogeneration Plant
Capacity: 15.9 MW Electricity + 30 ton/hour Steam

The 56.4 MW wind farm, undertaken with a $151 million investment by Zorlu Energy Pakistan, which is owned by Zorlu Energy, entered into commercial operation in 2013. As the first wind farm to be realized via foreign investment, the plant supplies power to 350,000 houses for a period of 20 years. The plant generates 159,000 MWh of electricity per year and contributes to the growth of Pakistan's renewable capacity and to the lowering of the country's dependence on imported energy sources. Zorlu Energy Pakistan has the option to expand the plant's installed capacity up to 300 MW. The plant received the award for "The Best Renewable Energy Financing in Middle East" by the Project Finance Journal in 2011. Wind plant which is put into use in Jhimpir by Zorlu Energy Pakistan, 100% of whose shares belong to Zorlu Energy, began its business life by 2013. Plant, placed on Gharo-Keti-Bandar-Hyderabad wind corridor, contributes significantly to the increase in renewable energy installed power in Pakistan and helps reducing the foreign oil dependency.

Pakistan Jhimpir Plant
Type: Wind Energy Plant
Capacity: 56.4 MW Electricity