International IPP Sonnedix has acquired the 138MW Meseta de Los Andes project in Chile.
The French independent power producer (IPP) REDEN Solar has refinanced the bulk of its domestic assets raising €270 million (US$312 million) in the process.
Acciona Energía plans to develop a pair of PV projects in Chile over the next three years that will boast a combined generation capacity of 126MW.
Chilean power company Colbún has reached an agreement with First Solar to acquire a multitude of the PV company’s assets in Chile, including a 150MW PV project.
The National Mining Company of Chile (ENAMI) has contracted Acciona Energía to supply 100% of its electricity from renewable energy sources starting in April this year.
Acciona Energia has signed a renewable energy-based power purchase agreement (PPA) with Aguas Chañar, a water cycle management company in the region of Atacama, Chile.
Soltec is supplying trackers to four Yingli solar PV power plants totalling 46MW, located in the outskirts of Copiapó, in the Atacama Desert, Chile.
Solar panel manufacturer Yingli Green Energy’s subsidiary, Yingli Green Energy Europe, has signed an agreement with Jenner Renewables to provide EPC services and supply modules for 12 ground-mounted PV plants in Chile, with the total capacity of 146MW.
Jenner Renewables, an IPP focused on renewable projects in Latin America, has reached financial close on a portfolio of 12 solar projects in Chile totaling 146MW.
Market investor Actis has acquired the 110MW El Pelicano Solar Plant in Chile from SunPower.
Renewable energy firm EDF Energies Nouvelles said it had commissioned its 115MWp Santiago Solar PV power plant in Chile.
Michelle Bachelet, the president of Chile, and Chile’s Minister of Energy, Andrés Rebolledo, held a ceremony to inaugurate the 100MW El Pelícano solar power plant in Chilean region of Coquimbo.
EDF Renewable Services has commenced full operations and maintenance (O&M) services for Chile’s second largest solar park, the 146MW Bolero Solar PV plant in the Atacama Desert in the region of Antofagasta.
Italian inverter manufacturer Elettronica Santerno has signed off on a US$6 million contract that will see the company provide 100MW of its central inverters to Chile.
Solar Steel, a division of Spanish firm Gonvarri Steel Services, has delivered 103MW of its monofila TracSmarT trackers to a solar project in Chile.