HUN HOLDING

Sectors

Biomass Energy Investment

Biomass Power Plant

Hun Holding is planning to commission its biomass power plant, which has an installed capacity of 10 MWe, in the third quarter of 2020. Electricity will be generated by burning the chicken litter to be obtained from the chicken breeders in the region, and such energy will be sold within the scope of the project.

The Biomass Power Plant project will stand out with its environment-friendliness, and the plant will prevent around 79,000 tons of carbon dioxide emission per year. It will have the capability to satisfy around 44,500 households’ annual electricity need using the electricity to be generated within the scope of the project. Thanks to the contribution of the project to the environment, 192,500 trees will be saved per year.

Necessary permissions have been obtained for the biomass project, and the stages of equipment procurement and installation are ongoing. With its waste disposal license, the plant will be operated 24 hours a day, 12 months (330-340 days) a year at the operation stage.

As for its technical infrastructure, the biomass project will be operated with a circulatory fluidized-bed combustion facility and steam turbine technology. The chicken litter to be obtained from chicken coops will be burnt to generate electricity, and the resulting ashes will be used in organic fertilizer production

The minimum economic service life expected for the plant is 50 years.

Project Timeline

Nov. 16

The consultancy agreement was signed.

May.17

Waste agreements started to be signed.

Jun. 17

A producer’s cooperation agreement was signed with MATYEB (Manisa Chicken Breeders’ Union).

Apr. 18

A pre-license for generation was obtained from the EMRA (Energy Market Regulatory Authority).

Jul. 18

A positive Environmental Impact Assessment report was obtained.

Nov. 18

Zoning plans were approved.

Dec. 18

The construction license was obtained.

Jan. 19

The generation license was obtained from the EMRA.

Apr.19

An EPC agreement was signed with the technology company Sinoma (China), the principal contractor.

May 19

An agreement was signed with a domestic production and installation company.

Jun. 19

A producer’s cooperation agreement was signed with TÜKEBİR (Poultry Meat Producers’ Union of Turkey).

Sep. 19

Investment incentive certificates were obtained from the Ministry of Industry and Technology.

Sep. 19

Investment incentive certificates were obtained from the Ministry of Industry and Technology.

Actual construction work commenced on the
site.Equipment procurement and installation are ongoing.

Aug. 20

The plant is planned to be commissioned.