Repsol has strengthened its commitment to renewable generation with the creation of a joint venture in Chile that will develop more than 1.6GW of green energy projects by 2025, comprising two solar facilities and three wind farms.
Recently name checked as among the cheapest places in the world to develop solar, Chile has emerged as a particularly popular destination for solar finance. But as the country proceeds towards a 100% renewables target, political instability and legacy network issues stand in its way. Molly Lempriere explores how Chile can leap those hurdles on its way to a green grid.
The new edition of PV Tech Power – PV Tech Power 23 – is now available to download entirely free of charge, featuring insight in solar's COVID recovery, the emergence of Chile as LatAm's hottest market and the realities of subsidy-free solar.