Génese Natural, with the participation of Asunim, invests 13 million euros in Photovoltaic Power plant in Faro

• The new photovoltaic plant will have an annual production capacity of 24 GWh of electrical energy and will allow powering around 7 thousand homes, avoiding the emission of more than 6 thousand tons of CO2 per year. • 13 MWp solar park with a total of 24 thousand bifacial panels is already under construction […]

ASUNIM Won “Top Brand PV TURKEY 2022” Award

ASUNIM is proud to be the first company in Turkey to receive the “Top Brand PV” certificate, the most prestigious and reliable award of the international PV sector, in 2022. Every year, the perception of many brands is independently evaluated by EUPD RESEARCH, a globally recognized and authorized research institute, through surveys conducted among actors […]

2022 Solar projects

As the market leader in industrial scale photovoltaic systems for electricity self-consumption, ASUNIM Turkey continues its performance in rooftop solar projects with new agreements signed in 2022.

EGYPTIAN COMPANIES LOWER THEIR ENERGY COSTS THROUGH SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PROJECTS

EGYPTIAN COMPANIES LOWER THEIR ENERGY COSTS THROUGH SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PROJECTS

Asunim Egypt completed two PV systems recently in Alexandria and Cairo region, a ground mounted PV system of 450 KWp and a rooftop PV system of 231 KWp.  Omar Oasis, a reference restaurant and rest point for tourists, including coffee shop, gas station, car service centre and several shops, selected Asunim to set up a […]

NUTS EXPORTED FROM TURKEY TO THE WORLD WILL BE DRIED WITH THE ENERGY OF THE SUN

Previous Next As the market leader in industrial scale photovoltaic systems for electricity self-consumption, ASUNIM Turkey continues its performance in rooftop solar projects with new agreements signed in 2021. The customer who selected ASUNIM Turkey for its rooftop solar projects is Aydın Kuruyemiş Sanayi ve Tic A.Ş., carries out its commercial activities in more than […]

ASUNIM MOVES AHEAD ON ANOTHER INDUSTRIAL ROOFTOP SYSTEM IN KAYSERI, TURKEY

Previous Next Asunim Turkey with a current total capacity of more than 50MWp of PV plants installed in Kayseri, will install a rooftop solar power plant for 3K Demir Çelik Sanayi Ticaret Ltd.Şti located in Kayseri Industrial Zone with a capacity of 1.650kWp. All projecting and engineering services, shadow analysis, production simulations, optimizations, the most […]

KÜÇÜKÇALIK TEXTILE ONCE AGAIN SELECTS ASUNIM FOR THEIR SECOND FACTORY SOLAR SYSTEM

After installing a successful solar power plant in Egypt in 2015 for KCG Textile, KÜÇÜKÇALIK selected Asunim for one of their companies named Luks Kadife’s rooftop project. Lüks Kadife Tic. ve San. A.Ş., is one of the companies of KÜÇÜKÇALIK Textile that exports from Canada to China, from Russia to Morocco and all European countries […]

ASUNIM COMPLETES THE FIRST 2.64MWp INDUSTRIAL ROOFTOP SOLAR SYSTEM FOR GÜLERMAK STEEL CONSTRUCTION IN ALIAGA INDUSTRIAL PARK, IZMIR, TURKEY

Previous Next The rooftop system provisional acceptance for Gülermak Steel Construction was finalised by ASUNIM this week. The power plant of 2.64 MWp is designed to be able to produce close to peak level even in harsh winter conditions. The solar power plant (SPP), in addition to being the first industrial SPP project established in […]

ASUNIM GROUP PROVIDES CLEAN ENERGY FROM 1GW TO THE WORLD

We are very proud to share with you that we have achieved 1GW (1000MW) of installed power, which is considered a global benchmark. Thanks to our high-quality solutions and advanced engineering services team, our accumulated solar energy projects now reach a total capacity of 1GW. This energy will feed about 547 732 households from the sun, […]

Press highlights

"These are Asunim’s largest projects in Turkey to date, though the company is already known for its large-scale projects, including the 9.1 MWh Solange solar plant, which it commissioned together with Phoenix Solar late in 2016."
"Once these two projects are completed and connected to the grid in the summer of 2017, electricity generated by the plants will average around 56 GWh annually – cutting down on an estimated 40,000 annual tonnes of CO2 emissions."
"Despite the difficult terrain conditions the project was executed after a construction time of only four months."