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News » International » Eiffage wins Chilean solar farm » published 4 Jul 2017

Eiffage wins Chilean solar farm

Eiffage is to build a 98 MWp photovoltaic power plant in the Atacama desert in Chile.

The Huatacondo plant will be built by Eiffage Concessions and Eiffage Energía. Eiffage has partnered with the Japanese companies Sojitz and Shikoku Electric Power to finance the project, which represents a total investment of approximately €135m (£118m).

Eiffage Energía will build and subsequently maintain the plant for a 30-year period at a cost of €138m.

The Huatacondo photovoltaic power plant project is part Chile’s Energía 2050 programme, which aims to generate 70% of Chile's electric power from renewable sources by 2050.



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This article was published on 4 Jul 2017 (last updated on 4 Jul 2017).

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