Fortis Energy




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups
  • PV systems for residential buildings
  • Roof-mounted PV systems for commercial and industrial applications
  • Free-standing PV installations
  • EPC contracting/project development for solar power plants
Contact Information
+90 444 7825
Fortis Energy
Esentepe, Ali Kaya Sokak, Apa Nef Plaza 3/29, Sisli
34394 Istanbul, Türkiye

Individual company presentation

Fortis Energy, a subsidiary of UCK Holding, started as Başakkent Energy and Berak Energy in 2014. Berak Energy became Fortis Energy in 2019 and merged with Başakkent Energy in 2021. It now operates in energy investments across the Balkans, Turkey, and the Netherlands.

Fortis Energy's solar and biogas plants produce 425,000,000 kWh annually, meeting Turkey's energy needs. With sites in Manisa, Denizli, Afyonkarahisar, İzmir, Bilecik, Balıkesir, and Burdur, it's a key player. They also execute EPC projects for wind, solar, and biogas power plants in Türkiye and the Balkans, including geothermal and green hydrogen ventures in Izmir. Their Fortis Şarj brand offers EV charging solutions with over 100 stations.

Fortis Energy manages the entire investment process for solar, wind, and biogas projects internally, including permits, engineering, procurement, and installation. They handle steel construction in-house and offer post-installation services through their Forcare brand, focusing on advanced plant management using remote management and automation.

Fortis Energy owns solar plants with 190 MW capacity generating 300,000,000 kWh annually. They operate biogas facilities in Turkey and Serbia, with capacities of 9.36 MW, 3.12 MW, and 3 MW, consistently operating at high capacity. These plants also produce organic fertilizer and have the potential to generate over 125,000,000 kWh annually. Long-term plans include producing renewable natural gas (biomethane) by upgrading biogas.

Fortis Energy aims to achieve a total of 2 GW of renewable energy projects in the Balkans within five years. The first phase of the project, the 80MW Oslomej Solar Power Plant, was built in North Macedonia. Fortis Energy aims to be one of the leading companies in the sector in Europe.

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