Turkey’s Ronesans Holding signs MoU to build airport terminal, power plants in Libya – report
Posted – 20th April 2021
ANKARA (Turkey), April 19 (SeeNews) – Turkey’s Ronesans Holding has signed several memorandums of understanding (MoU) with Libya to build a new international terminal at Tripoli airport, Istanbul-based media.
The MoU also envisage the construction of three power plants and a shopping mall, Daily Sabah said in a media report last week.
Turkish power plant operator Aksa Enerji has also signed a power plant construction agreement with the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL), Daily Sabah said.
According to the media report, Turkish companies are in talks with Libya’s United Nations-backed legitimate government, the Government of National Accord (GNA), to meet the urgent need for electricity in the country. Other conglomerates, including Calik Holding’s Calik Enerji, Karadeniz Holding’s Karpowership and Aksa Enerji are due to submit project proposals to solve Libya’s electricity problem.
Ankara-based Ronesans Holding operates in the fields of construction, real estate development, energy, industrial facilities and healthcare. The holding has investments in 23 different countries, information published on its LinkedIn profile showed.
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