ET Solar to equip Chile solar project with 4.8 MW in solar panels


By Editors of Electric Light & Power/ POWERGRID International
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Solar energy provider ET Solar Group Corp. provided 4.8 MW of solar photovoltaic panels for two utility-scaled projects in Chile.

Located in Combarbala, the IV Region, the projects, namely PSF Pama and PSF Lomas Coloradas, are being constructed by Coener SpA. The owner of the projects is an investment Chilean company called Andacollo de Inversiones.

Both projects are of utility scale and will be connected to the grid with a personal off-taker by the end of this year. Each project has an installed capacity of 2.4 MW, with an estimated total annual yield of 10.84 GWh.

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