Aksa Enerji Oil Fired Power Plant is a 370MW oil fired power project. It is located in Ghana. The project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in April 2017.
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The project is developed and owned by Aksa Enerji Uretim. The company has a stake of 75%.
It is a Internal Combustion power plant.
The project cost is $140m.
The project got commissioned in April 2017.
Aksa Enerji Oil Fired Power Plant (Aksa Enerji Oil Fired Power Plant Phase I Unit I) is equipped with Wartsila V46 engines. The phase consists of 11 engines.
Aksa Enerji Oil Fired Power Plant (Aksa Enerji Oil Fired Power Plant Phase I Unit II) is equipped with Wartsila V46 engines. The phase consists of 6 engines.
Aksa Enerji Oil Fired Power Plant (Aksa Enerji Oil Fired Power Plant Phase II) is equipped with Wartsila engines. The Oil fired phase consists 5 engines.
Wartsila is the O&M contractor for thermal power project. The operation and maintenance contract commenced from 2017, for a period of 3 years.
About Aksa Enerji Uretim
Aksa Enerji Uretim AS (AksaEnerji), a subsidiary of Kazanci Holding A.S. is an independent power generation company. The company produces electricity through natural gas, fuel oil, hydro and wind power plants. Apart from power generation and sale, it also provides services such as project development and design; engineering, construction and installation; supply of equipment and spare parts for power plants; and operation and maintenance. The company also supplies electricity in Cyprus. It operates through power plants across Turkey, Cyprus, Ghana, Madagascar and Mali. AksaEnerji is headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey.
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