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Chile reaping the rewards of the desert sun

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.

Mexico’s renewable clampdown puts Neoen’s ultra-competitive PV plant in limbo

Blocking of green energy projects paralyses