The new provisions were published in Chile’s Official Journal in May. The new regulations apply to large-scale solar, wind, geothermal energy and hydropower plants.
Three industrial-scale PV plants are being planned in the region by local EPC contractor Kness Group. The company will invest approximately $80 million in the three facilities.
The French power utility has launched a new offer to promote solar for self-consumption among joint-ownership associations.
The 40 MW project, which is being developed by Norwegian developer Scatec along with investment fund KLP Norfund Investments, is the country’s first large-scale solar facility.
The 2 MW solar facility is planned to be installed in Lushnje, a municipality in west-central Albania.
President Trump suggested paying for the construction of his border wall with Mexico through the sale of power from solar installations.
The projects will be developed in remote areas with no access to power. The installations are expected to reduce diesel consumption in those areas by up to 50%.
The giant solar plant was given the greenlight by Spain’s National Commission on Financial Markets and Competition (CNMC). The project was previously given approval by Spain’s Ministry of Environmental Affairs in mid-2015.
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