At the end of 2019, Turkey’s installed capacity reached 99,352 MW, with annual consumption at 290,447 GWh.
Electricity is the basic input for all economic activity. Dependence on and demand for this form of energy has increased rapidly due to technological progress. This has led to electric energy becoming an indispensable aspect of social life in the world we live in today. Electricity consumption is one of the most important indicators of economic and social development. Electrical power production and/or consumption per capita offers valuable insight into national living standards of a particular country.
At the end of 2019, Turkey’s installed capacity reached 99,352 MW with annual consumption at 290,447 GWh. Enda Energy Holding has adopted an environmentally friendly and professional managerial approach in running its power plants. Since 2004, Enda has been selling the power produced at these plants to private and legal entities on its portfolio that qualify as Independent Consumers. Owning power plants operating on different renewable resources has allowed Enda to produce power uninterruptedly. Therefore, customers were provided power at competitive prices throughout the year. In 2019, Enda Energy Holding and its affiliates reached total electric power production of 569.8 GWh. The share of Enda Holding and its affiliates within the Turkish energy sector stood at 0.2%.
Based on a professional workforce and sound financial framework, ENDA Holding remains focused on gaining advantages amongst competing independent producers in the energy market.