Soyak Enerji acts within the framework of the principles of transparency and respect to business partners, competitors and the society, works in a human and environment-friendly manner, aware of its corporate and social responsibilities. The company adds value by virtue of its specialized staff and investments and aims at becoming a leader and model in the sector.
Maintaining its investments today, Soyak Enerji joined the sector in 2003, under the Law no. 6446 which paved the way for the private sector to generate electricity.
In an environment where underground reserves are rapidly depleting and environmental concerns are on the rise due to the use of traditional fossil fuels, the goal of Soyak Enerji is to become a global actor that produces uninterrupted solutions for responding to the globally rising energy demand using systems relying on environment-friendly renewable and indigenous resources, while observing the living standards of individuals.
Soyak Enerji carries out its energy projects efficiently in all areas of the sector, through an experienced, knowledgeable and specialized team and a strong financial infrastructure, by adopting high quality standards.
Soyak Enerji has successfully completed and operated 3 HEPP projects. Then, these projects were transferred to another company in November 2014. Soyak Energy, which continues to work in the field of geothermal energy, commissioned the Mis-1 GPP Project with a capacity of 12.3 MW in September 2018 and the Mis-3 GPP Project with a capacity of 48 MW in October 2019.
Developing projects in the fields of wind, geothermal, and solar energy, Soyak Enerji aims at contributing to the development of our country's energy sector by producing solutions to close the electricity supply deficits of our country and to supply uninterrupted and high-quality electricity to consumers.
Soyak Enerji bears a responsibility for "clean energy generation", with its environmental understanding, quality and innovative approach. In particular, we contribute to Turkish economy through investments for utilizing indigenous and renewable energy resources, and the employment created thereby.