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Tufanbeyli thermal power plant is located in Tufanbeyli, Adana in south-eastern Turkey. The project lies in an area of 1,632.7 hectares, affecting the villages of Yamanli, Yesilova, Kayarcik, Taspinar and Pinarlar. The TPP Project will have an installed capacity of 450 MW, and serves a fundamental energy investment to narrow Turkey’s energy gap.
Tufanbeyli thermal power plant  project will cover 3 each 150 MWe thermal power plant units in CFB (circulating fluid bed) technology. It will be the country’s largest privately owned, lignite-fired (also known as brown coal) plant and and will generate electricity by using local resources.
The power plant has been designed by using modern technologies in order to minimize the impacts of electricity generation to the environment.