Spanish firm Elecnor to build 185MW wind farm in Chile

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Power Technology:Spanish renewable energy and infrastructure company Elecnor has secured a contract to build a 185MW wind power facility in Chile.Backed by Mainstream Renewable Power, the Cerro Tigre wind farm will supply the national grid once operational. As per the terms of the contract, the company will install 44 wind turbines each with 4.2MW capacity and a height of 72m.The works are expected to be completed by next year.The Cerro Tigre wind farm forms part of the Cóndor portfolio, within Mainstream’s wholly-owned Andes Renovables 1.3GW platform. Once operational, the Cóndor portfolio will supply 680,000 Chilean homes.Elecnor has operated in Chile since 1980, with energy development and power transmission projects beyond wind.More: Elecnor wins contract to build 185MW wind farm in Chile Spanish firm Elecnor to build 185MW wind farm in Chilelast_img

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