Polat Energy Receives a Significant Award from the 12th Turkish Wind Energy Congress
The 12th Turkish Wind Energy Congress, held on November 7-8 in Istanbul by the Turkish Wind Energy Association (TÜREB), brought together the major stakeholders in wind energy from both domestic and international perspectives. With the theme "The Century of Wind" in the centennial year of our Republic, the future of wind energy was discussed at the congress, which attracted approximately 4,000 participants. Adnan Polat, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Polat Holding, who received the success award presented by the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Alparslan Bayraktar, stated: "We have been working in the field of renewable energy in Turkey for almost a quarter of a century. Our primary motivation for entering this business was the pollution of air, land, and water by fossil fuels. As Polat Energy, we wanted to do our part to leave a clean world for future generations. Our second motivation is the struggle against external dependency. We are working for a Turkey that is self-sufficient in energy. Thank you very much for this meaningful award." For more information: Karin Şamo / İdea Public Relations / firstname.lastname@example.org / +90 530 762 63 75 About Polat Energy Established in 2000 by Adnan Polat, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Polat Holding, Polat Energy Group is currently the largest investor and leader in wind energy in Turkey with 700 MW installed capacity in operation. Polat Energy produces clean energy equivalent to the annual electricity supply of 600,000 people and contributes to the reduction of approximately 1.25 million tons of CO₂e emissions, equivalent to planting about 50 million trees, through its clean energy production.