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Repsol S A, Ibereolica Renovables Chilean Wind JV Underway (Int'l.)
Repsol S A, Ibereolica Renovables
Date: 2021-01-18
Repsol and Grupo Ibereolica Renovables in Santiago, Chile, report their first joint wind farm in the Chilean province of Huasco is underway. The 189-MW Cabo Leones III wind farm is being developed in two phases.

The first phase with 79 MW and 22 SG 132 wind turbines, entered into commercial operation in December 2020. It will produce 280 GWh of clean energy per year, thereby avoiding 94,000 tpy of CO2 emissions. The second phase broke ground in July 2020 and is slated to enter into commercial operation in Q2, 2021.

The Repsol and Grupo Ibereolica Renovables joint venture has a portfolio of assets in operation, construction, and advanced development of more than 1,600 MW, with commercial operation dates up until 2023, and the possibility of surpassing 2,600 MW by 2030.

Repsol currently has nearly 3,000 MW of low-emissions generation capacity installed. It has six renewables projects under development in Spain and holds a stake in one of the world's largest semi-submersible floating wind farms, Windfloat Atlantic, off the coast of Portugal, which is now in operation.

Grupo Ibereolica Renovables currently operates 12 wind farms with an installed capacity of 205 MW in Spain and 444 MW in Chile. Additionally, it has approximately 10 GW of wind and solar projects under development in Spain, Chile, Peru, and Brazil. (Source: Grupo Ibereolica Renovables, Repsol Joint PR, 15 Jan., 2021) Contact: Grupo Ibereolica Renovables, +56 2 333 35 40, www.grupoibereolica.es; Repsol, Josu Jon Imaz, CEO, +34 91 7538100, +34 91 7538000, www.repsol.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Repsol ,  Ibereolica Renovables,  Wind,  Chile Wind,  


Vestas Claims 109 MW Chilean Wind Farm Order (Int'l Report)
Vestas,Mainstream Renewable Power
Date: 2020-10-05
Vestas is reporting receipt of an order from Mainstream Renewable Power for the supply and installation of 26 V150-4.2 MW wind turbines, as well as a 20-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement, for Hainstreams' 109 MW Ckani wind park in the Antofagasta region, in Chile. The facility is expected to reach commercial operation in 2021.

In 2001, Vestas pioneered wind energy in Chile with the 2 MW Alto Baguales wind park. With this new order, the company consolidates its 40 pct market share in Chile. (Source: Vestas Mediterranean, Website PR, Oct., 2020) Contact: Vestas Mediterranean +34 689 64 83 91, www.vestas.com; Mainstream Renewable Power, Andy Kinsella, CEO, +353 (0) 1 290 2000, +56 (2) 25923100 -- Santiago, Chile Office, info-Chile@mainstreamrp.com, www.mainstreamrp.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Mainstream Renewable Power,  Vestas,  Wind,  Chile Wind,  


Abengoa Wins Chilean Wind Transmission Contract (Int'l. Report)
Abengoa,AES Gener
Date: 2020-04-22
Spanish engineering company Abengoa SA reports it has been selected by the Santiago, Chile-based power company AES Gener, part of AES Corporation Group, for the engineering and construction of the power transmission infrastructure and grid connections from the Mesamavida and Los Olmos wind farms presently under construction in southern Chile.

Both wind farms are part of AES Gener's plan to increase the number of renewable energy facilities to contribute to the sustainable growth of the region. (Source: Abengoa, PR, 20 April, 2020) Contact: Abengoa, Inv. Relations, Gonzalo Zubiría, +34 954 93 71 11, ir@abengoa.com, www.abengoa.com; AES Gener, www.aesgener.cl

More Low-Carbon Energy News Abengoa,  Wind,  Chile Wind,  


Mainstream Closes on $580Mn Chilean Renewables Financing (Int'l)
Mainstream Renewable Power
Date: 2019-11-25
Global renewable energy developer Mainstream Renewable Power reports it has closed on $580 million for its wholly-owned Chilean subsidiary, Andes Renovables,for construction of the largest solar and wind generation plant in the whole of Latin America. A group of banks -- KfW IPEX-Bank, Societe Generale, SMBC, CaixaBank, Natixis, DNB, Banco Santander -- provided debt financing for the deal.

The first phase of the project is going to see the construction of three wind power generation assets and one for solar energy. The second and third phases of the project's construction have not yet been announced. (Source: Mainstream Renewable Power, CryptoNewsZ, 23 Nov., 2019) Contact: Mainstream Renewable Power, Andy Kinsella, CEO, +353 (0) 1 290 2000, +56 (2) 25923100 -- Santiago, Chile Office, info-Chile@mainstreamrp.com, www.mainstreamrp.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Mainstream Renewable Power,  Chile Wind,  Chile Salr,  Renewable Energy,  

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