CN Enerji

Renewable energy

Ana sayfa / Kurumsal / Hizmetlerimiz

Renewable energy


Our company designs and installs independent electricity generation plants across Turkey, minimizing or even eliminating transportation and operational costs to produce cheap and clean energy on-site with higher efficiency. We typically operate on a project basis, starting with a thorough examination of the energy production site. Subsequent stages involve determining the optimal site layout, selecting appropriate technologies, and providing necessary consultancy and technical services before implementation. The final phase of our work involves the assembly, installation, and commissioning of the facility, all executed with meticulous attention to ensure successful outcomes. To achieve this, we source alternative energy components such as Wind Turbines, Solar Panels, Inverters, Batteries, and Charging Units from approved reliable sources both domestically and internationally, thereby transforming your project into a more efficient, seamless, and profitable investment. We conduct these operations in collaboration with our strong international connections and experienced team.

Consultancy Services and Implementation
Our company provides consultancy services in solar and wind energy investments.
According to your requirements, we can design a system that meets your needs most efficiently and economically based on our conducted feasibility studies.
Through these feasibility studies, we provide accurate answers to any technical and administrative questions you may have before making such an investment.
For personalized solutions in alternative energy, you can use our project form or contact us directly.



The energy radiated by the sun and reaching our planet is the radiant energy released through the fusion process occurring in the sun’s core. It originates from the fusion process where hydrogen gas in the sun turns into helium.

Outside the Earth’s atmosphere, the intensity of solar radiation is approximately constant at 1370 W/m², but it varies between 0-1100 W/m² on the Earth’s surface. Even a small fraction of this energy reaching Earth far exceeds humanity’s current energy consumption.

Efforts to harness solar energy gained momentum particularly after the 1970s, with solar energy systems advancing technologically and becoming cost-effective, establishing solar energy as a clean energy source environmentally.

The performance of a solar cell is measured by its efficiency, which determines what percentage of received energy can be converted into usable electricity. However, only certain wavelengths of light can be converted into electricity, with the majority of the light either absorbed or reflected by the material comprising the cell. Hence, the typical efficiency of a solar cell today is around 15%, converting only one-sixth of the received energy into electricity.

By adjusting the orientation of solar panels at different angles according to seasons, maximum efficiency can be achieved throughout the year. In Turkey, the general winter inclination of 60º and the properties of panel glass prevent icing or snow accumulation.

Steps for an Investor Interested in Establishing a Solar Energy Plant:

1- Identify land within the designated 27 regions with an irradiation value of 1620 kWh/m² and above; Identified land should not be Forest, Meadow, or Agricultural land, or fall within Public Project areas such as Protected Areas, Mining Sites, or Roads/Pipeline areas (Appendix-1 EPDK Board Decision).
2- Once suitability of identified land for SEP investment is confirmed, obtain approval from the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock or the relevant ministry.
3- Investors not wishing to deal with state-owned lands will purchase land excluding those specified in item 1.
4- After land acquisition, install a SOLAR MEASUREMENT SYSTEM for a minimum of six months, take photos of the installation, and submit an application to MGM by completing the application letter specified in MGM’s Measurement Regulation, along with the documents and paying the application fee of 3,000 TL (Appendix-2 MGM Measurement Regulation).
5- Measurements conducted on-site for a minimum of six months will be approved by MGM at the end of the period, and data will be purchased for the remaining periods.
6- Complete all documents specified by EPDK for SEP Licenses and apply to EPDK for SEP license from June 10-14, 2013.
7- If there are multiple applications for the same region with the required documents and measurements, submit files to TEIAS for an Open Auction. TEIAS will determine a date for the competition at least 30 days in advance and will send the file back to EPDK after the auction for the license to be given to the company offering the highest reduction fee (Appendix- Auction regulation)
8- The company that receives the GES license will prepare the Plant project and submit it to EPDK. After the project is approved, the construction of the designated Plant will be completed. After the project is completed, the plant will be activated.


Wind Power has become one of the fastest-growing renewable energy sources in the world. Despite the low rate of use worldwide, efforts are being made to meet 12% of the world’s electricity demand from wind energy in 2020.

Total power produced from wind energy is around 40,301 MW today. 36.3% of wind energy production in the world is carried out in Germany. Germany produces a total of 14,612 MW of power and meets 5.6% of Germany’s electricity needs. The countries that benefit most from wind power are respectively; Spain, USA, Denmark, India, Netherlands, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and China. All other countries have a 9.3% share of the total power of 3,756 MW.


  • Not emitting gases with atmospheric pollutants,
  • Being a clean energy source,
  • The fact that it will not run out (as long as the sun, the Earth, and the atmosphere are),
  • Wind facilities being easier to install and operate compared to other facilities,
  • Low energy production costs,
  • Increasing reliability,
  • Being regional, thus allowing individuals to produce their own electricity.

Wind Turbines

Wind turbines are systems that first convert the kinetic energy from the wind into mechanical energy and then into electrical energy. A typical wind turbine consists of a tower, generator, gearbox (speed converter), electrical-electronic components, and blades. The kinetic energy of the wind is converted into mechanical energy in the rotor. The rotational motion of the turbine blades accelerates the shaft, transferring mechanical energy to the generator housed in the nacelle. The electrical energy generated by the generator is either stored in batteries or directly delivered to consumers.