BFP Enerji, the new Turkish business unit of the BFP Group, exhibited at ICCI 2013 at the Istanbul Expo Centre in Turkey last week, from 24th – 26th April.
The fair represented an excellent opportunity to meet with potential investors and developers in the Turkish market, as well as form relationships with potential local suppliers and service providers.
The results were very positive, with a large expression of interest by local and international investors for the development of both unlicensed plants under 1MWp and large-scale authorised renewable energy production plants.
The BFP Group has expanded its international reach with the addition of BFP Enerji A.Ş. a BFP company with head offices in Istanbul, Turkey, representing a joint venture between the BFP Group and Eng. Erhan Cakar, a locally based Turkish engineer with over 20 years of experience managing approximately 18 large-scale industrial engineering projects in Turkey.
BFP Enerji represents a response to the exponentially increasing demand for clean energy in Turkey, supported by recent changes to Turkish legislation establishing new and revised feed-in tariffs and incentives for developers, producers and investors. BFP Enerji is therefore the result of extensive research into the emerging Turkish renewable energy market, representing BFP’s capacity to adapt to changing international needs with the objective of providing technical and engineering expertise in a territory filled with investment potential.