Published On: Sun, Jul 8th, 2018

ET Energy breaks ground on new solar projects in Chile

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: Chinese solar module manufacturer has commenced construction of two solar projects in that are part of a 31.6MW portfolio of ten projects.

The Chilean solar farms are being developed under the South American country’s Program for Distributed Energy (PMGD).

The first two ET Energy solar projects are each of 3.168MW capacity. Both of them will feature 9,600 polycrystalline panels each, that will be mounted on single-axis trackers.

Construction of the two new solar projects in Chile is anticipated to be wrapped up inside four months.

ET Energy revealed that four more similar solar projects will break ground in the next few weeks and are expected to create job opportunities during their construction.

Solar power plant panels

Solar power plant panels. Photo courtesy of Naypong at FreeDigitalPhotos.net.

Commenting on the new solar projects in Chile, – ET Energy President and CEO, said: “For us, the development and construction of these two projects demonstrate again our ability to develop and deliver high quality, investment grade solar assets in Latin America.

“With our global expertise in project development, financing, EPC and O&M, we continue to strive to deliver high quality assets to our clients.”

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