Goldbeck Solar Secures Financing For Solar Projects In Chile: A Step Forward Towards Clean Energy

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Date: July 24

The transition to clean and sustainable energy is underway, and companies like Goldbeck Solar are leading the way. Germany-based Goldbeck Solar has recently secured financing for the construction of two photovoltaic projects in Chile, marking an important milestone in the expansion of solar power in the country.

These projects, which add up to a capacity of 908 MW, are being financed by RGREEN INVEST, a key player in renewable energy financing. This agreement is a testament to the commitment of both companies to the transition towards a cleaner and more sustainable future.

The projects are located in the Bío-Bío province, a region that has shown great potential for solar power generation. Each project has a capacity of 12 MWp and is expected to benefit from the Small Distributed Generation Media (PMGD) program.

In addition to these projects in Chile, Goldbeck Solar is also working on projects in Canada, in the province of Alberta. These projects, which have capacities of 61 MWp and 8 MWp, will operate on a “fully commercial” basis.

The implementation of these projects is an important step in Chile’s transition to a low carbon economy. By implementing these projects, you are demonstrating your commitment to sustainability and environmental protection.

In addition, these solar energy projects will not only contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, but also provide economic benefits. Solar power is a cost-effective energy source that can help reduce electricity costs for consumers. In addition, the construction and operation of these solar energy projects will create jobs and stimulate economic growth.

In conclusion, the progress of solar energy projects is a positive sign of the country’s transition towards a cleaner and more sustainable economy. With the support of companies like Goldbeck Solar and RGREEN INVEST, Chile is well positioned to harness the potential of solar energy and become a leader in renewable energy generation.

Source: PV Magazine

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