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Yildirim Group Ventures into Kosovo’s Renewable Sector with 109-MW Solar Endeavour

Yildirim Group's foray into Kosovo's* renewable energy market with a 109-MW solar project heralds a new era of sustainable energy initiatives in the region

Embracing the dawn of sustainable energy, Yildirim, a prominent Turkish industrial conglomerate, has set its sights on Kosovo’s* renewable energy domain, embarking on a visionary 109-MW solar venture nestled in the serene municipality of Drenas.

The anticipation of amplified power capacity has taken shape within Yildirim’s local ferronickel plant, a strategic move unveiled through a recent announcement from the Turkish firm.

A symbolic ground-breaking ceremony, graced by dignitaries, government officials, and esteemed representatives from local and international entities, resonated with promises of progress during the heralded month of May.

Robert Yuksel Yildirim, the stalwart CEO of Yildirim Group, articulated the group’s profound commitment to strategic investments resonating with global Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) objectives, as the project took its monumental stride forward.

Within the realm of energy supply, trading, and production, Yildirim Energy, a formidable arm of the conglomerate, casts its operational net over Turkey, Kosovo*, North Macedonia, and Albania, marking its indelible imprint across regional energy landscapes.

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