Aktif Bank offers full-support to solar power

Making an investment of 300 million dollars in solar power plants in 2017, Aktif Bank now launches a new image campaign to express its intense support to this field.

​Aktif Bank, the largest privately-owned investment bank in Turkey, launched a new image campaign to express its intense financial support to the field of solar power.  Investing in this field not only with its various finance options but also its partnerships, Aktif Bank uses the motto of "Light, heat and energy all come from the sun, and all the other things from Aktif Bank.", emphasizing its faith, trust and active support to solar power.  Providing real investment banking services with its tailored flexible models exclusive for every sector, Aktif Bank underlines that it will keep providing contributions to the field of solar power.

Underlining that they, as Aktif Bank, always stand by the solar power investments, substantially important for the future of both Turkey and the world, at each phase across all regions, Dr. Serdar Sumer, CEO of Aktif Bank, continued his words: "We take pride in provision of active support in renewable energy field, like we do to our national economy. We are highly excited to publicize our faith in sustainable and clean energy, one of the principal investment instruments of the future, in our new commercial film. Our Bank grants loan through the model we have developed exclusively for this sector in line with the market dynamics, and thus provides financial support. Moreover, we also assume the role of investor and establish partnerships for WPP (Wind Power Plant) projects. Through all these partnerships, we provide individual contribution to construction of wind power plants, and insure the generation standards of these plants, thereby securing the yields. As the first bank to provide service EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) service in Wind Power Plants, we realized the WPP project of about 300 MWp with an investment value of 300 million dollars in the late 2017. We will keep increasing all our supports provided so far, and exerting our efforts to enable both our country and the world to utilize the solar power in sustainable manner."