As stated by the EIB, the operation is an allocation under the Framework Loan ENEL ENERGY EFFICIENCY & RENEWABLES FL (LATAM) (2020-0823) approved by the Board of Directors on 17.11.2021 (CA/548/21) supporting the development of renewable energy generation in Chile.
The project consists of the construction and operation of the Guanchoi solar photovoltaic project in Chile (formerly known as Campos del Sol II), for an expected new generation capacity of ca. 398 MWp and its scope includes some ancillary infrastructure such as the substation, main access roads and high voltage transmission line.
As stated by Bloomberg, Enel Chile S.A. owns and operates renewable energy projects. The Company generates, transmits, and distributes electricity energy. Enel Chile serves customers worldwide.
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