“We have a major commitment to Chile, Mainstream Renewable Power for as we want to be part of the energy requirement is now the country needs to be a developed nation. But our bet is a sustainable solution, renewable and environmentally friendly. This also includes relevant topics such as stable price for life and independence from imported fuels, “said Jose Ignacio Escobar, CEO of Mainstream Renewable Power in Chile.
With offices in Canada, Scotland, USA, England, Ireland and South Africa, along with Chile, Mainstream is referred to in this country a portfolio of 994 MW of wind power and 300 MW of solar energy. To do so, has fourteen projects located from Arica to Chiloe. So your plan is to have wind farms operating 3 and 2 solar plants by 2015, which collectively reach 600 MW of installed power, with an investment of around U.S. $ 1,200 million.
Source / Diario Financiero