A power plant in Turkey is getting a facelift that it says will make it “the envy of the world.”
The Giza Power Plant, located in the town of Tursun, has seen significant changes over the past decade, including a faceless dome that has been installed over the plant and a new exterior design that has a “shelter” section to reduce noise and dust.
The power plant has been generating electricity since 1997, and it has been an important part of the local economy.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said that it will be “an economic miracle for Turkey” and that it was the first power plant to be built by a private company in the country.
Yildirima also said that the plant will have a 3D design that will “enhance the experience of tourists and tourists’ families” and is designed to be “like the world’s biggest power plant.”
The project will cost around $2.8 billion, according to the company.