Czech firm Energo-Pro acquires five hydropower plants in Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews May 6, 2010
Local daily Sabah reports that renewable energy firm Energo-Pro from the Czech Republic acquired a total of five hydropower plants with 95.2 megawatts belonging to the local companies Turkon Holding and MNG Holding for a total consideration of EUR 307.5mn.

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