Enda founded by more than 100 Industrialists and businesspersons from Turkey’s Aegean Region in Izmir to operate solely in the energy sector.
Concession agreement signed and investments started for Gönen HPP, the group’s first power plant.
Egenda founded with a capital of 5,000 TL in order to operate in the energy sector with a similar partnership structure as Enda Energy Holding.
The group’s first power plant Gönen HPP with capacity of 10.6 MW begins operation in March based on the Build-Operate-Transfer model.
License applications made to the Energy Market Regulatory Authority. ENDA capital increased to 3 million TL.
The group’s second plant, Pamuk HPP begins commercial production in October with a capacity of 23.7 MW as an independent production company. Electrical power trading starts on the open market.
The group’s third and fourth plants Çaygören HPP (4.6 MW) and Antalya Energy Cogeneration Plant (Phase 1, 34.9 MW) begins operation in June as independent production companies. ENDA capital increased to 26.6 million TL.
Production licenses obtained for Eğlence 1-2 HPP and Manavgat-2 HPP projects. ENDA capital increased to 60 million TL, EGENDA capital increased to 40 million TL.
Antalya Energy (Phase 2) cogeneration plant capacity increase investment completed. The company resumed production with increased capacity (52.4 MW) as of June. Yaylaköy WPP project (15 MW) incorporated into the group. Production licenses obtained for remaining 4 WPP projects.
Yaylaköy WPP project (15 MW) incorporated into the group. Production licenses obtained for remaining 4 WPP projects.
The group’s fifth plant, Akçay HPP (28.8 MW) begins commercial operation in August as an independent production company.
Antalya Energy (Phase 3) cogeneration plant capacity increase investment completed. The company resumed commercial production with increased capacity (94.4 MW) as of August.
The group’s sixth plant Tuzla Geothermal Energy Co. begins commercial operation in August with an installed capacity of 7.5 MW as an independent production company.
The group’s seventh plant Tirenda cogeneration plant begins commercial operation in December with an installed capacity of 58.4 MW as an independent production company.
Transmission line and connection agreements for WPP plants signed with Turkish Electricity Transmission Co. and respective investment contribution shares paid. ENDA capital increased to 105.75 million TL, EGENDA capital increased to 100 million TL
Turbine supplier and loan acquiring procedures for WPP projects completed. The group’s eighth and ninth plants Egenda/Eğlence-2 HPP (26 MW) and Egenda/Eğlence-1 HPP (42.7 MW) begins operation in April and June respectively as independent production companies.
The production license of the Akçay HPP extended from 40 to 49 years as per Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) Board’s decision Nr. 4962-9 on April 8th, 2014.
An application is made to EMRA in May 2014 to extend the production licence for the Çaygören HPP from 35 to 49 years.
The ministry grants preliminary project approvals for the WPP projects.
Pamuk HPP sold on December 1st, 2014. EGENDA applied to become founding partner for Energy Market Operators Co.
Following a capital increase, Pamukova Electricity Production Co. became a partner in the company with a share of 21.45%. During the current term, Pamukova transferred 1.95% of its shares to Verusa Holding Co. while retaining a share of 19.50%. 4 license applications are made in April 2015 – 2 on behalf of Argenda Research Co and 2 on behalf of Resenda Electricity Co.
Egenda Ege Energy Production Co. becomes a partner of EPIAS with 50,000 shares.
5 wind power plants phased in (Yaylaköy, Germiyan, Urla, Alaçatı, Mordoğan).
Solenda and Termenda merges with Enda using facilitated merging.
After being operational since 2006, Antalya Energy Production Co license terminated at the end of 2016.
ENSAT Electric Energy Supply Trade Co. founded in November 2016 to trade electricity at wholesale and to independent consumers.
Enda’s capital increased from 234 m TL to 300 m TL.
Argenda and Resenda merges with Enda using facilitated merging.
After being operational since 2011, Tirenda NG plant’s production license was terminated on 31 May 2017.
License termination procedure for Manavgat II HPP completed on 2 March 2017.
Branch opening for 5 wind power plants and acquiring business license.
Operational since 7 March 1998 based on the BOT model, Gönen HPP is handed over to the Privatisation Agency on 7 March 2018 after the expiration of its 20-year operation license.
Capacity increase completed for Eğlence-1 HPP (26 MW to 27.2 MW) and Eğlence-2 HPP (42.7 MW to 43.50 MW).
Enda transfers 90% of its shares in Su Energy and 50% of its shares in Yaylaköy to Egenda.
All processes go live on the SAP system in scope of the first SAP S/4HANA Project in the energy sector.
Enda Holding and subsidiary companies obtain ISO 9001 – ISO 45001- ISO 27001- ISO 50001- ISO 14001 and ISO 10002 Certification.
The sales procedures for Antalya Energy Co. concluded at the end of the year. Gönen HPP company closes after liquidation.
Application made to Capital Markets Board of Turkey (SPK) for a Public Offering.