Bringing all of our energy investments under the same roof, Doğan Holding has achieved a strong position in the sector with its vision of generating sustainable and clean energy from renewable sources by adding wind and solar energy to its portfolio, alongside hydroelectric.
Doğan Holding aims to make clean energy accessible to everyone by designing innovative systems and service platforms for sustainable energy production. It makes an important contribution to the country’s economy in terms of reducing our current deficit in the field of energy by producing approximately 1.9 TWh annually by using our domestic and national resources through its hydraulic, wind, and solar power plants.
The reliable solution partner of enterprises that values the environment, provides rapid solutions to all problems leveraging competitive prices, service quality and expert after-sales support. Enterprises receiving services from Doğan Holding reduce their environmental footprint through the Gold Standard certified power plants, all of which boast lowered carbon emissions.
Social responsibility projects are supported where production activities are carried out. In Bursa, Mut, Bandırma, Çorum, and Erzurum regions, where our power plants are located, primary shcool needs and university students’ education are supported through scholarships.
Powered by wind and sun, Galata Wind produces 100% renewable energy.
It strives towards a sustainable future with its Gold Standard and VCS certified solar and wind power plants spanning across the country, with a total installed power of 269 MW.
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 company has already developed a project of approximately 1 MW and has commissioned 527 kW of them.
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.