ABOUT
KARPOWERSHIP
KARPOWERSHIP

Karpowership is a member of Karadeniz Energy Group, Istanbul, Turkey. The group is a pioneer in innovative energy projects for the last 20 years, with investments in domestic and international markets. The group started its energy investments in 1996, and is the first private electricity exporter in Turkey. Today, the group owns and operates more than 3,300 MW installed capacity globally.

Karpowership is the only owner, operator and builder of the first Powership (floating power plant) fleet in the world. Since 2010, 15 Powerships have been completed with total installed capacity exceeding 2,800 MW. Additional 5,000 MW of Powerships are either under construction or in the pipeline.

Starting from the design, and ending with delivery of electricity, Karpowership fully executes all activities in-house including but not limited to construction, site preparation, commissioning, and fuel supply. Utilizing the highest technology, Karpowership provides fast-track delivery, high efficiency, and all integrated “plug&play” project execution. Via these capabilities, Karpowership is able to successfully undertake a variety of commercial structures such as short term IPPs (Independent Power Producer), long-term IPPs, PPAs (power purchase agreements), and rental contracts with its Powership fleet.

Powerships supplied and have been supplying 25% of Lebanon, 26% of Ghana, 10% of Mozambique, 80% of Gambia, 80% of Sierra Leone, 10% of Sudan, 30% of North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 55% of East Nusa Teneggara, Indonesia, 80% of Maluku, Indonesia, 10% of Medan, Indonesia, 10% of Kalimantan, Indonesia and 16% of Zambia’s and 15% of Southern Iraq’s total electricity generation.

As of today, Karpowership has more than 2,500 direct employees from 15 different nationalities, creates employment for additional 10,000 co-workers for the construction of the Powerships and is expanding through renewables, Powerships and other innovative energy supply solutions.

Karpowership Quick Facts
  • Unique developer of the
    POWERSHIP concept
  • 15 Powerships in
    operation exceeding
    2800 MW
  • More than 34bn kWh
    delivered
  • 5000 MW Powerships
    in the construction pipeline
  • A global workforce of
    more than 2500 people
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