US wind turbine manufacturer GE started a regulatory approval process to sell its stake in Turkey-based GAMA Enerji.
GAMA Enerji is a joint venture with Turkish group GAMA that has developed several wind farms in the country.
After a seven-year partnership, GE’s energy
investments subsidiary GE Energy Financial Services confirmed it has
applied to the Competition Board to seek approval for the transfer of its 50%
stake to GAMA Holding.
GE decided to exit some of its joint energy investments,
however the company “would continue pursuing new opportunities in cooperation
with GAMA Holding,” according to a statement.
GE Energy Financial Services had bought half of Ankara-based Gama Enerji in 2007.
“GE continues investing in Turkey and GAMA Holding will
remain a significant business partner of GE Türkiye, both in Turkey and the
region,” said the US company.