Enka Signed an Agreement to Build Power Plant in Russia

Turkish energy and construction company Enka signed an agreement with Russian company JSC Tatanergo to build a power plant in Russia’s Tatarstan Region. The agreement for the combined cycle power plant is worth $360 million.

ENKA stated in their statement that the plant would have a capacity of 858 MWs, and it will be built in a turnkey basis.

The company also stated that the plant will be operational in November, 2023. When completed, the plant will produce a 858 MW output with a 65% efficiency. This will make the power plant the most efficient one in Russian Federation.

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