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Eltek Elektrik Enerjisi İthalat İhracat ve Toptan Tic.A.Ş.

Eltek Elektrik Enerjisi İthalat İhracat ve Toptan Ticaret A.Ş. has been established in 2003 for wholesale trade in, import and export of electricity in the electricity market. In the beginning we had participated in the company at 46% as founding shareholder, and our shares increased to 99,99% as of 2010.

ltek Elektrik Enerjisi İthalat İhracat ve Toptan Tic. A.Ş. actively buys electrical energy from suppliers (Producers, other wholesalers and the system) and sells to independent consumers.

Azmak HEPP Group

Azmak I HEPP, Azmak II HEPP and Kirpilik HEPP are built on Ermenek stream in Eastern Mediterranean basin within the boundaries of Mut, a district of Mersin. They consist of power plants, regulators, water intake and tailwater constructions. The plants with an installed of 24.407 MW (2 * 5.913 MW + 2 * 3.1705 MW + 2 * 3.12 MW) are equipped with 6 horizontal s type Kaplan turbines with a total flow of 117 m3/s. The turbines are between 144.25 and 120.00 height of Ermenek stream. These are Run-of-River type three consecutive hydropower plants group that generates power by using the water turbo-pumped from Gezende HEPP at their upper reach.

Damlapınar HEPP

Damlapınar HEPP is built on Göksu river in Göksu basin within the boundaries of Kazımkarabekir, a district of Karaman. It is a Run-of-River type hydropower plant that generates power by using the water turbo-pumped from Göksu plant at its upper reach. It consists of a power plant building, regulator structure, transmission tunnel and canal, head pond and pressure conduit pipes. The plant with an installed power of 16.60 MW (2*8.30MW) is equipped with 2 vertical Francis turbines and with a gross head of 80,00 meters. Its total flow rate is 24 m³ per second.

Kepezkaya HEPP

Kepezkaya HEPP is built on Göksu river in Göksu basin within the boundaries of Bucakkışla, a village of Karaman. It is a Run-of-River type hydropower plant that generates power by using the water turbo-pumped from Damlapınar plant at its upper reach. It consists of a power plant building, regulator structure, transmission tunnel and canal, head pond and pressure conduit pipes. The plant with an installed power of 28.80 MW (2*14.40MW) is equipped with 2 vertical Francis turbines and with a net head of 81,47 meters. Its total flow rate is 40 m³ per second.

Kılavuzlu HEPP

Kılavuzlu HEPP is built on Ceyhan river within the boundaries of Onikişubat, a district of Kahramanmaraş, and generates power by using the water turbo-pumped from Menzelet HEPP at its upper reach. It has total installed power of 54 MW (4x13.5 MW) with 4 vertical Francis turbines with nominal head of 54 m and nominal water discharge of 30 m³/s per unit. The power plant building is established on the skirts of Kılavuzlu Dam. Kılavuzlu Dam can store approximately 70 billion m³ of water at approximately 485.50 m which is the maximum operating height. Menzelet Hydroelectric power plant can generate 248 million kWh electricity on average per year.

Kocaeli Plant

In our combined cycle natural gas plant in Kocaeli Kartepe, we operate two LM6000PC Gas Turbines, one LM2500+ Gas Turbine, one Steam Turbine, three waste heat boilers and one ancillary boiler. Total Installed Power is 157 MW.

Kumköy HEPP

Kumköy HEPP is built on Yeşilırmak basin within the boundaries of Çarsamba, a district of Samsun. It is a Run-of-River type hydropower plant that generates power by using the water turbo-pumped from Suat Uğurlu plant at its upper reach. It consists of a power plant building, regulator structure, water intake canals and tail-water structures. The plant with an installed power of 17.25 MW (3*5.75MW) is equipped with 3 tiger or bulb type turbines and with a net head of 9.26 meters. Its total flow rate is 210m³ per second.

Menzelet HEPP

Menzelet HEPP is built on Ceyhan river within the boundaries of Onikişubat, a district of Kahramanmaraş. It has total installed power of 124 MW (4x31 MW) with 4 vertical Francis turbines with nominal head of 104 m and nominal water discharge of 32.7 m³/s per unit. The power plant building is established on the skirts of Menzelet Dam. Menzelet Dam can store approximately 2 billion m³ of water at approximately 609.40 m which is the maximum operating height. Menzelet Hydroelectric power plant can generate 515 million kWh electricity on average per year.