Aksa Energy Ghana power plant. Inset: Serdar Nisli Aksa Power Generation and Aksa Energy, leaders of Turkish energy market in power generation and energy production, will attend the 24th edition of the World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi from September 9 to 12.
Throughout the Congress, Aksa Power Generation and Aksa Energy will get together with energy professionals and stakeholders from all over the world to share their agile and flexible business model that enables to deliver fast-track power generation solutions anywhere in the world, the company said.
“We are very excited for the 24thWorld Energy Congress and looking forward to meeting energy professionals from all over the world at the Aksa stand for four days. We consider the World Energy Congress as an invaluable opportunity to get together with the stakeholders and market players of energy industry and we are very proud to represent Turkey at such a big event,” said Serdar Nisli, vice chairman of Aksa Energy.
“As a group of companies with over a half century of experience in various segments of energy industry, we are capable of offering fast-track solutions to meet urgent demand for energy anywhere around the world."
One of the world’s top five power generator manufacturers, Aksa Power Generation offers mobile energy solutions to over 160 countries and it is able to build and commission direct-to grid connection, natural gas- and HFO-fired mobile power plants with a capacity range of 5MW to 500 MW in a very short time thanks to its mobile power plant solutions, Nisli said.
“Aksa Energy is the largest independent power producer in Turkey and a global power producer with operations in five countries across two continents. To date, we have built and operated more than 30 power plants both in Turkey and abroad. Most recently, we have built and commissioned power plants in Ghana, Madagascar and Mali in only 6-9 months to meet the urgent energy demand in these countries.
“We are looking forward to the 24th World Energy Congress to share our fast-track solutions. We will showcase how we built and commissioned power plants in Africa within 6 to 9 months to deliver 'Energy for Prosperity' – the theme of this edition – as well as our new investment projects designed to increase access to electricity and improve prosperity of local communities in energy-strapped countries all over the world,” said Nisli. - TradeArabia News Service