Kadıncık 2 hydroelectric power plant

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Kadıncık 2 hydroelectric power plant
CountryTurkey
LocationTarsus, Mersin
Coordinates37°01′55″N 34°50′24″E / 37.032°N 34.84°E / 37.032; 34.84
StatusOperational
Commission date1974
Owner(s)İbrahim Çeçen Holding
Power generation
Nameplate capacity56 MW
Annual net output307 GWh

Kadıncık 2 hydroelectric plant is a privately owned hydroelectric power station located in Mersin Province, Turkey.

History[edit]

The plant was put into service in 1974. In 2016, within the privatization program, Kadıncık 2 plant, together with Kadıncık 1 plant, was purchased by İbrahim Çeçen holding for Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 864.1 million (where $1 = Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 2.887 ).[1]

Technical characteristics[edit]

The installed power is 56 MW. The annual energy capacity is 307 GWh, which is equivalent to the energy requirement of 56,742 households. Kadıncık 2 power station is the fourth highest energy producer in Mersin Province.[2]

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