Contract awarded for Chile solar PV plant

WCN Editorial Team 19 Jan 2017 SOUTH AMERICA ENERGY & UTILITIES

Spanish energy group Elecnor has been awarded a $117.2M contract by Santiago Solar to build a solar PV plant in Chile.

With a capacity of 115MWp, the plant will be built in the municipality of Til Til, in the Chacabuco Province.

The contract will include the engineering, supply, assembly and start-up of the plant and the high-voltage evacuation infrastructure via a GIS substation connected with a high-voltage line.

The project will be financed by a syndicate of banks headed by the Crédit Agricole.

Santiago Solar is jointly owned by EDF Energies Nouvelles and Andes Mining Energy (AME), a local developer.

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