About us

Since 2014, EDF Renewables Chile accompanies Chile in his energy transition by developing, building and operating new renewables capacity, participating to the energy transition of our country and its sustainable future. With its partners, EDF Renewables Chile owns and operates 436 MW of installed capacity in Chile.

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Assets

Bolero

Photovoltaic plant located in the Atacama desert, in the municipality of Sierra Gorda, Antofagasta Region, about 1.500 km north of Santiago. The co-owners are EDF Renewables Chile and Marubeni Corporation.

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Santiago Solar

Photovoltaic plant located in Til Til, Región Metropolitana, 50 km north of Santiago. The co-owners are EDF Renewables Chile and AME.


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Cabo Leones I

Wind farm is located by the seaside next to the Pacific Ocean, in Freirina, Huasco Province, Atacama region, about 600 km north of Santiago. The co-owners of the wind farm are EDF Renewables Chile and Ibereólica Renovables.

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Community Relationship Strategy

A nursery in Santiago Solar

As a result of the process of early consultation and holding of dialogue tables with a structure defined and agreed upon with the community.

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Social funding in Cabo Leones I

As a result of a dialogue process with the communities in the wind farm’s area of influence, a long-term community work model agreement has been signed through the formalization of a Social Investment Fund.

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Energía + Mujer

There are many challenges still pending, especially from a cultural perspective, including the maintenance of stereotypes in highly masculinized sectors such as the energy sector.

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