EBRD Funds Turk Traktor’s 4.3 MW Rooftop Solar Plant In Turkey


The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced a strategic partnership with Turk Traktor ve Ziraat Makineleri A.S. to advance renewable energy initiatives in Turkey. As part of this collaboration, the EBRD will provide a EUR 70 million long-term loan to fund the development of a rooftop solar power plant.


The focal point of this partnership is the installation of a greenfield rooftop solar power plant with a planned capacity of 4.3 megawatts at Turk Traktor’s Sakarya facility. This solar installation is expected to contribute significantly to renewable energy generation in the region.

The rooftop solar plant aligns with the EBRD’s commitment to supporting green economy transitions. It emphasizes the adoption of clean energy solutions to reduce carbon emissions and promote sustainability. By investing in renewable energy, Turk Traktor and the EBRD are taking a significant step towards a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future.


This solar initiative is expected to have a positive environmental impact by reducing the carbon footprint associated with the Sakarya plant’s energy consumption. It will also help in meeting renewable energy targets, contributing to Turkey’s efforts to enhance its clean energy capacity.

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The project signifies the EBRD’s dedication to supporting renewable energy projects and fostering sustainable practices in the countries it operates in. This collaboration underscores the bank’s commitment to promoting green energy solutions as a means of addressing climate change and advancing environmental sustainability.

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