Aydem Yenilenebilir Enerji AS, the subsidiary of Aydem Enerji operating in the renewable energy industry, received a zero-waste certificate for 8 hydroelectric power plants (HPPs) operating within the scope of the company. In line with the sustainability policies, 5 HPPs in Adiguzel creek in Denizli, the Kemer creek in Aydin, the Akinci creek in Tokat and the Dalaman creek in Mugla received the zero-waste certificate, increasing the the number of zero waste certificated HPPs to 12. The company plans other 13 HPPs to complete this process by the end of 2021. Aydem Yenilenebilir has an installed power of 1,020 MW in 25 HPPs in the country.
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