Altaca Energy, founded in 2009, is an Engineering, Contracting and Investment Company that prioritizes the development and implementation of new technologies in the renewable energy sector.

Altaca Energy has an R&D facility in the GOSB Technopark, Istanbul, Turkey and is specialized in manufacture of valuable organic products from wet biomass and organic wastes.

Our main site currently is the Gonen Renewable Energy Production Facilities, which we both designed and built. It is Turkey's largest integrated biogas and organic fertilizer production plant. The know-how we developed in our GOSB Facility & in Gonen played a great role to increase efficiency in our own facilities and it is also made available for the use of other biogas investors by our group company Altaca Construction. Our organic fertilizer plant, which has an annual production capacity of 55,000 tons, became even more efficient with the addition of a composting plant which was added in 2015 and our products have reached the highest hygiene standards. The Gonen Plant was granted with “Biomass Grand Award” in the International Energy and Environment Fair and Conference (ICCI) in 2015 and received the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association’s “Best International Commercial Plant” and “Making the Most of Digestate” Awards in the UK in 2016.

Our new Meram Biogas and Organomineral Fertilizer Facilities, with a capacity of 6 MWe, is under construction at the present time. We plan to commission the facilities in the second half of 2020 and start production of electricity and fertilizer.

Our new Bio-Crude Oil manufacturing plant in Gonen, this will be the first of its kind in the world to implement our CatLiq Technology. This is based on the principle of converting organic wastes into bio-crude oil with the help of catalysts under very high pressure and temperature, and is under construction in Gonen currently. After commissioning the first CatLiq plant, we plan to build additional plants, with financial partners, in Turkey and also enter into license agreements, in cooperation with investors, in other parts of the world.