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Old 25th April 2010, 15:29   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All

Can anybody reccomend a Photovoltaic design, supply and Installation company in or around Bodrum ? I am interested in talking to an engineer who can incorperate a photovoltaic system linked to a solar hot water system with the water storage being contained in a megaflow type high efficient cylinder, I understand that the Turkish power companies are now geared up to accept feed in tarrifs and I would like to try and include this type of technology on our development, the Idea would be that the Photovoltaic systems could power all of the appliances in the apartments and feed the grid via invertas with the additional spare capacity, at night the systems would revert to feed off of the grid and in the event of a power failure the apartments would draw from a small battery UPS to cover essential equipment.
Sorry if this sounds gobbledy gook to most but I hope someone out there has used one or all of these systems.

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Re: photovoltaic energy systems

I don't know if they are any good but should be worth contacting this company House and Apartment Applications

With the improvements in the panels and a well orientated plot its well worth trying the totally off grid approach and something I plan to try on my next house along with a few other things that are normally impossible in Turkey :-)

If you do contact them would appreciate any feedback.

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Do you mind me asking where this development of yours is? I'd like to go have a look next time I'm over.

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Re: photovoltaic energy systems

Hi Karyn

Thanks for the Link, just what I was looking for, unfortunatly some of the pages on the webb site are not translated to English so its hard to work out some of the technical data, that said its a start, We are going to try and make our whole development energy self sufficient if we can and I would rather use local suppliers for the maintenance agreements.
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Hi TJD

The site is on the road to Dorrtep near Tuzla facing the Lagoon, we have not started building yet, we are due to start in June this year and have a webb site up and running but still being added to as we finalise the detailed specifications, we will be putting a full add on this site once we are ready to go live but if you Google lagoon view turkey it will come up, any comments would be most welcome.
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Hi Karyn

Thanks for the Link, just what I was looking for, unfortunatly some of the pages on the webb site are not translated to English so its hard to work out some of the technical data, that said its a start, We are going to try and make our whole development energy self sufficient if we can and I would rather use local suppliers for the maintenance agreements.
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I agree, its a starting point and apart from the maintenance issue you don't want to be bringing this kind of kit in yourself or you will be clobbered at customs. Even if you end up designing the system yourself or getting someone from abroad to spec it a supplier in Turkey is going to make life easier.

Good luck with all, glad to see someone doing it as the technology is there now so its well worth trying.

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Re importing into Turkey - they have preference with trade of EU goods so you don;t pay duty on those goods.
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Hi Evelynne

Thanks for that, if Turkey have a trade policy with europe hopefully we should also be able to get financial assistance with the purchasing in the form of grants or tax credits, do you know of anyone who has obtained any sort of tax credit or grant ?

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