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Updated in EWS Jun 24, 2022
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Development, construction and operation of solar power photovoltaic plants in El Salvador and, where applicable, related transmission and interconnection facilities, with a combined capacity of 22.56 MW (the ”Project”), to include:
- one 8 MW plant and one 6 MW plant, including the substation and transmission lines for such facilities, to be located in Acajutla;
- two 1.2 MW plants currently operating in Tecoluca;
- one 1.2 MW plant currently operating in San Luis Talpa; and
- one 1.2 MW plant, one 3 MW plant and one 0.76 MW plant, to be located in Opico.
Latin Renewable Infrastructure Funds L.P. and Latin Renewable Infrastructure Funds-A, L.P., two funds organized as Delaware limited partnerships, which together hold 100% of the Borrower and each other company owning Project assets, as well as EPC and O&M service providers for the Project.
REAL Infrastructure Capital Partners, LLC, a U.S. fund manager organized as a Delaware limited liability company, which is the manager of the U.S. Shareholders.
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