Sonnedix gets to COD on 6 MW of PV plants in Chile

May 6, 2021 11:09 AM ET
  • Independent solar power manufacturer Sonnedix Power Holdings said today that two photovoltaic (PV) parks in Chile, with an incorporated capability of 6 MW, have reached their commercial procedure date (COD).
Sonnedix gets to COD on 6 MW of PV plants in Chile
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The Malinke as well as Crucero ground-mounted plants, each of 3 MW and using bi-facial photovoltaic panels, are located in the Metropolitan Region as well as the O'Higgins Region, specifically. Basque-Country based CAF Turnkey & Engineering functioned as the engineering, purchase and building and construction (EPC) specialist for both projects.

Both plants' result, estimated at regarding 12.8 GWh each year, amounts the power need of greater than 6,000 Chilean residences. They are expected to stay clear of yearly exhausts of some 5,296 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).

With these brand-new enhancements, Sonnedix currently has 15 operational solar PV plants in the South American country with an overall capability of 235 MW. The company also has an advancement pipeline of over 170 MW, it kept in mind.


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