Since 2014, EDF Renewables Chile accompanies the country in its energy transition by developing, building and operating new renewable capacity, acting as a strategic partner in the country’s pursuit of a carbon-free and sustainable future. With its partners, EDF Renewables Chile owns and operates 376 MW of installed capacity in the country.
Bolero, a 146 MW solar photovoltaic plant in operation since March 2017, located in the Antofagasta Region (municipality of Sierra Gorda). Partnership between EDF Renewables Chile and Japanese conglomerate Marubeni.
Santiago solar, a 115 MW solar photovoltaic plant in operation since January 2018, located 50 km North of Santiago (municipality of Til Til). Partnership between EDF Renewables Chile and Chilean company AME.
Cabo Leones I, a 115,5 MW wind farm in operation since May 2018, located in the Atacama Region (municipality of Freirina). Partnership between EDF Renewables Chile and Spanish wind specialist Ibereólica Renovables (https://www.caboleones1.cl/).
EDF Renewables is developing a project portfolio ranging from early-stage greenfield developments to the ongoing construction of a 60 MW capacity extension to Cabo Leones I wind farm.
EDF Renewables Chile is a member of ACERA, the Renewables Energy syndicate and a member of the Franco-Chilean Chamber of Commerce.
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