Turkey's Dogan Holding said Wednesday its subsidiary Dogan Energy signed a deal with Turkish, Belgian and Canadian companies to participate in a tender to build and operate Turkey's first nuclear power plant.
Dogan said its partners for the nuclear tender were Turkey's Anadolu Endustri Holding, Belgium's Unit Investment N.V., and Canada's first private nuclear energy generating company Bruce Power Inc.
Turkey plans to build a nuclear power plant with a capacity between 3000 or 5000 megawatts. Turkish Electricity Trading and Contracting Inc. (TETAS) will sign a contract with the best bidder to buy power for at least 15 years. The final competition is planned to be held on September 24th.
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