Acciona inaugurates 300MW Chile solar
- Output from the Malgarida 1 as well as 2 and Almeyda PV plants will provide the grid in Diego de Almagro
Acciona Energia has inaugurated 3 solar plants completing 300MW in Chile.
The Malgarida 1 as well as 2 solar plants have a collective capacity of 238MW as well as the Almeyda solar plant has 62MW.
Chilean energy under-secretary Francisco Lopez as well as Acciona president Jose Manuel Entrecanales inaugurated the three solar plants that entered into service all in Diego de Almagro, in Atacama.
The commencement event was attended by the regional assistant of the Chilean Energy Ministry, Kim Fa Bondi, the director for the environment of Diego de Almagro, Jorge Aguilera, as well as the Mayoress of Chanaral, Margarita Flores.
Acciona Energia was represented by its chief executive officer, Rafael Mateo and the business's director-general for South America, Jose Ignacio Escobar.
Lopez claimed: "in Chile we have actually set ourselves the target of being carbon neutral in 2050, and tidy energies play a key role in accomplishing this.
" We are taking large strides in that instructions; in 2021 alone, non-conventional renewable energies will account for a minimum of 35% of the country's energy mix, with the entry into service of wind as well as solar energy plants with equal capacity to every little thing we have constructed to date."