"Dervish will set the global standard for efficient energy integration"
In response to the rapid demand growth in Turkey and with regard to the global call for greater energy efficiency, MetCap Energy Investments has developed Project Dervish, the ISCC (Integrated Solar Combined Cycle) Power Plant, through the SPV Komet A.S. Wholly owned 500 ha project site, located in Karaman/Turkey, offers a prime location close to key export hubs, e.g. Syria and Iraq. As the first ISCC Power Plant in Europe, Project Dervish has a net output capacity of 1080 MW.
Using the latest gas turbine technology, Dervish’s GE 9FB.05 GT, combined with wind (24MW) and solar (up to 50MW) power, Dervish generates1080 MW in combined cycle operation with an efficiency of over 59%. The Project is planned to start feeding into the grid in Q2 2016 and have an annual electricity generation capacity of approximately 8,500 GWh.
Please see below for technical details and project highlights.