According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing to a special purpose vehicle fully owned by Global Investment Holding for the construction and operation of Soke Extension, a biomass power plant with 12 MW installed capacity located in Aydin province of Turkey. This project is part of financing for the construction of an existing 12 MW biomass plant in Soke and a 12 MW biomass plant in Mardin.
Mavi Bayrak Enerji ('MBE' or the 'company') was founded by GIH to develop and operate biomass plants in Turkey. MBE owns the Soke - I biomass power plant and the new Soke Extension. MBE's sister company Mavi Bayrak Dogu ('MBD') owns Mardin biomass power plant. Both MBD and MBE are directly owned by Consus Energy, which is in turn a wholly-owned subsidiary of GIH.
GIH, a Turkish conglomerate listed on the Borsa Istanbul, was founded in 1990 as an independent brokerage and investment banking firm in Turkey and transformed into an investment portfolio company in 2004, which has interests in cruise and commercial port operations, energy, mining, real estate and finance. GIH has been a client of the Bank since 2015.
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