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In the center of the fighting zone

CategoryGround Mounted


Power293 kW

Şırnak is a city of Turkey, and prefecture of the province of the same name. This city is located on the border with Iraq and therefore in the south east of the country. The city is mainly populated by Kurds. It is located in the heart of the fighting zone between the Turkish army and the Kurdish separatists.

Turkey Sirnak - 293kW

Şırnak is a province with around 450,000 inhabitants living in an area which covers approximately 7,200 square kilometers. The city of Şırnak itself has about 65,000 inhabitants. Şırnak has a warm summer Mediterranean climate, namely the winters are cold with precipitation of snow and the summers are very hot, quite long and dry. The humidity is low continuously and throughout the year. Indeed the city is located inland. The average temperature in August is 28 ° C (82.4 ° F) including nights and the average temperature in January is 2 ° C (35.6 ° F). February and March are the wettest months, July and August being the driest, with no precipitation at all. Quite extreme conditions for solar panels.


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