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    Turkey to supply 500 MW floating power plants to Ukraine

    January 27, 2023 - Turan Information Agency


      Baku/27.01.23//Turan: The Republic of Turkey will supply floating power plants to Ukraine that can cover the needs of a million households, Anadolu reported. "The Turkish company "Karadeniz Powership" has signed a memorandum of intent with the Ukrainian national company JSC Energy Company of Ukraine (ECU) for the supply of floating power plants with a capacity of 500 MW to this country. The company's floating power plants will be able to meet the electricity needs of one million households," the company said in a statement. agency message.

      Anadolu noted that as basic solutions it is allowed to place these facilities in the ports of Moldova and Romania and supply electricity to Ukrainian networks through these countries.

      Karadeniz Powership has at its disposal 8 floating power plants with a total capacity of 2 GW. -0


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