12 January 2013

Chilean authorities approve 3.1 GW solar project

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09.01.2013: A total of 3.1 GW of PV projects have been approved by the authority Servicio de Evaluación Ambiental (SEA) in Chile, according to the December report of the Chilean renewable energy research institute Centro de Energías Renovables (CER). The PV projects currently under examination for approval have a total capacity of 908 MW. The report notes that despite the increase in PV projects submitted during the last months, the country has only 2.4 MW of on-grid PV system power up and running, while 2.5 MW of projects are under construction. Furthermore, the report reveals that 4.8 MW of small-sized off-grid PV systems have been installed in the Chile. Source: Centro de Energías Renovables (CER)

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