Established in 2000 to bring all of Doğan Holding’s energy investments under the same roof, Doğan Enerji has achieved a strong position in the sector by adding wind and solar energy to its portfolio alongside hydroelectric with the vision of generating sustainable and clean energy from renewable sources.
Committed to making clean energy accessible to all, Doğan Enerji designs innovative systems and service platforms to promote sustainable energy production. The company significantly contributes to the national economy by reducing Turkey’s current deficit in the energy field, as it produces approximately 1.9 TWh annually using domestic and national resources through its wind and solar power plants.
A reliable solution partner for eco-conscious enterprises, Doğan Enerji provides rapid solutions to customer problems, leveraging competitive prices, service quality and expert after-sales support. Enterprises receiving services from Doğan Enerji reduce their environmental footprint through the company's Gold-certified power plants, all of which boast lowered carbon emissions. Doğan Enerji has also made a name for itself in its operating sector through its social responsibility projects in the education field.
Doğan Enerji supports the education of university students through scholarships in the Mut, Bandırma, Çorum and Erzurum regions, where the company’s power plants are located. It also supports primary schools in these regions.
With a fully renewable portfolio, Galata Wind, a 100% subsidiary of Doğan Enerji, has a total installed capacity of 202 MW, consisting of wind and solar power plants.
Innovative, sustainable and forward-looking, the solar power systems company Sunflower offers commercial and industrial rooftop solar power systems for energy efficiency and reduced energy consumption. Soon, homes will be able to generate their own energy with Sunflower, saving energy while protecting the environment.
The 513-MW Boyabat Dam and HEPP, a joint venture between Doğan Enerji, Unit Elektrik and Doğuş Enerji, operates on the Kızılırmak River. Since beginning service in 2012, the dam and HEPP have achieved an annual generation capacity of around 1 billion kWh.
The 120-MW Aslancık Dam and HEPP, a joint venture between Doğan Enerji, Anadolu Group and Doğuş Enerji, operates on the Harşit River. Since beginning service in 2014, the dam and HEPP have an operated at an annual generation capacity of around 350 million kWh.