Kocaer Çelik, one of the leading facilities in Turkey and Europe that carries out steel profile manufacturing, service center and galvanization coating operations in an integrated structure, offers special products with high added value to the solar energy sector.
Kocaer Çelik, which has over 12 thousand value-added products in various types, sizes and thicknesses, in quality containing nearly 60 different chemical compositions, produces project-based and special quality steels suitable for each system for the infrastructure of solar energy systems. Kocaer Çelik has provided the infrastructure steel for solar power plants with a total installed power of 6,700 MW on a global basis since June 2020.
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Kocaer Çelik solar energy steel profiles, which can be used in many geographies of the world and in different climatic conditions, are produced in a structure that is resistant to wind, system and snow loads with special quality and production processes, with galvanized coating for resistance to corrosive environments. Kocaer Çelik will introduce its new products to the sector at Genera in Spain on February 21 and Inter Solar Europe in Germany on June 13, which are the two largest exhibitions of the solar energy sector in Europe.
Realizing the first R&D Center approved by the Ministry of Industry and Technology in its segment in 2015, Kocaer Çelik has transformed into an engineering company in iron and steel with this breakthrough. Many improvement projects that increase efficiency and reduce costs, especially the application of robotic systems, which are the first and only in the sector, have been implemented, which mainly increased the variety of value-added products in R&D studies.
In the first nine months of the year, the company increased the share of value-added products in total sales to 42%, and realized its 2022 production and sales targets as planned. Kocaer Çelik aims to increase its global market share with its new product, which will start production for the solar energy sector in April 2023.