Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Fatih Dönmez, inspected the Kemerköy Thermal Power Plant, which was engulfed in flames last week. Making statements on the subject, Dönmez announced that the power plant has started to produce electricity, albeit partially.
One of the issues we talked about the most last week, no doubt. Kemerköy Thermal Power Plantwas. The thermal power plant in Muğla caused uneasiness due to forest fires. The company management, in their written statements, that you are safe had explained. But disaster came in sight, Kemerköy Thermal Power Plant had surrendered to the flames.
The studies have prevented the thermal power plant from being completely ash. Plant burning during the night, in morning times extinguished. The power plant management, which made a new statement after the fire, stated that any risk factor that you don’t have had explained. Now, there has been a new development on the subject. Fatih Dönmez, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, started to generate electricity again. explained.
Fatih Dönmez’s statements on the subject are as follows:
After the controls and the repair of the defective equipment, a unit was commissioned and started to produce electricity. The remaining units will be activated when their maintenance and controls are completed.
Minister Fatih Dönmez according to their statements Kemerköy Thermal Power Plant, for now partially working. Explaining that the work on other parts of the facility is continuing, Dönmez said that there is still some time for the facility to operate at full capacity. that time is needed has clearly stated.
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