07 February 2020

EÜAŞ – A briefing for investors

EÜAŞ (Electricity Generation Company) founded in 2001, is a Public Economic Enterprise and an affiliated establishment of the Ministry of Energy in Turkey, and the biggest electricity producing company in the country.

It currently has 6,426 employees according to its 2018 Annual Report, and 14 billion TL in paid-in capital. The company owned 49 hydropower plants, seven thermal power plants and one wind power plant at the end of 2018, with a total installed power of 18,489 MW (12,832 MW of hydraulic, 5,656 MW of thermal and 7.2 MW of wind power) according to its 2018 market report.

This briefing summarises the electricty production of EÜAŞ in Turkey.

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