According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing to Air Energy SH.PK. to construct the first wind farm in the country.
According to the Bank's Environmental and Social Summary, the wind farm will be a sufficient distance away from inhabited areas and any protected or conservation areas. The land in the project site was acquired through negotiated leases. Community engagement and disclosure of information has been conducted.
Air Energy SH.P.K. is a special purpose vehicle established for the purpose of the project. It is owned by the Turkish engineering and construction conglomerate Guris Group.
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