The Turkish energy company Aksa Energy (Turkey) intends to build a 260 MW combined-cycle power plant in the city of Izmail (Odesa region).
According to the press service of the Odesa regional state administration, the representatives of the company signed a corresponding memorandum with the Odesa regional state administration, the Izmail city council and Marzhinal LLC.
The project is planned to be implemented through investments of a Turkish company. They want to build and use the station on the basis of a 25-year agreement on the purchase of electricity. After that, they want to transfer the object to the state.
Aksa Energy Vice president Serdar Nishli explained that the power plant will consist of a gas turbine and/or engines and a steam turbine with a total installed capacity of 260 MW, and all power plant equipment, including all related substation equipment such as step-up transformers and switchgear, will be provided, installed and commissioned by AKSA.