Solarpack, through its Chilean subsidiary Amunche Solar SpA, has submitted environmental impact declaration to develop the 16 MW Los Libertadores photovoltaic solar plant in Panquehue, Valparaiso region (Chile).
The new facilities, which will be connected to the central grid system, will be composed of 58,240 photovoltaic solar modules. Construction works are set to begin by August 2016 and the project will be completed five months later.
The total project investment is estimated at US$31.5 million.
Yesterday we reported that Spanish renewable energy company Solventus SL requested environmental permits to build two solar photovoltaic plants in Chile. The firm plans to invest US$19.5 million in the construction of the solar plant as of 2016 and to operate the facilities 30 years.