Sonnedix gets solar project in Chile from Andes Solar
- Independent solar energy producer (IPP) Sonnedix has actually acquired a 160MW solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Chile from Andes Solar, a renewable resource designer and also fitter.
Independent solar power manufacturer (IPP) Sonnedix has actually obtained a 160MW solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Chile from Andes Solar, a renewable energy developer as well as fitter.
The Sonnedix Andino Occidente I project is located in Las Cabras, O'Higgins, and presently in the advancement phase.
Sonnedix CEO Axel Thiemann claimed: "This transaction highlights our setting as a long-term solar company and also social person, in line with our growth strategy in Chile as well as other OECD markets around the world.
" It also shows our dedication to assisting Chile achieve its renewable resource targets, as we remain to proactively look for new opportunities to create, own and run solar PV properties in the nation."
According to the bargain, the two business have accepted co-develop the solar PV plant.
The building and construction services the solar power facility are expected to start in the fourth quarter of 2023. It will certainly become the third-largest solar PV plant of Sonnedix.
Upon completion, Sonnedix Andino Occidente I is expected to create nearly 337GWh of tidy power a year while countering 140,000 mt of carbon emissions.
Andes Solar general manager and CEO Martín Valenzuela said: "We are pleased with this initial contract with SONNEDIX. It allows us to proceed adding to the decarbonisation of Chile and also enhances our Utility Project Development industry that we have been dealing with.
" The Andino Occidente I project is one of 5 projects in the central area of Chile completing greater than 1GW created by Andes in the area."
For this bargain, Sonnedix and also Andes Solar were specifically encouraged by Gerrero Olivos and MWLAV Abogados. Financial details of the deal have actually not been revealed.
Last August, Sonnedix began building and construction on a 171MWp solar PV plant in the Atacama Desert in Chile.