SÓLIDA Renewable Energy has been awarded nearly 1 GW in engineering and construction supervision contracts in Chile so far this year

The strategic commitment to Chile has been reinforced in 2020 with the awarding of important contracts, among which the supervision of the construction of the 190 MW Santa Isabel photovoltaic plant, including its evacuation infrastructure, stands out.

The Spanish company SÓLIDA, a specialist in photovoltaic, thermosolar, wind, substation and evacuation line projects, began its journey in the Andean country in 2013 with the constitution of a subsidiary, after having previously conquered Brazil.

Since then, there are numerous renewable projects in which SÓLIDA has participated as engineering and technical advisor. It is worth mentioning his performance as an independent technical advisor in the Bolero photovoltaic plant, of 146 MW, at the time the largest in the country.

But the strategic commitment to Chile has been reinforced in 2020 with the awarding of important contracts, among which the supervision of the construction of the 190 MW Santa Isabel photovoltaic plant, including its evacuation infrastructure, stands out. SÓLIDA has a multidisciplinary technical assistance team on site at this solar complex, promoted by the French company Total in Maria Elena, in the Antofagasta region, and which is being built by Sterling & Wilson.

A few kilometers from Maria Elena, a prolific area for this type of project, another photovoltaic plant of more than 120 MW will soon begin construction, with SÓLIDA responsible for the detailed engineering.

In addition, the Spanish company is immersed in the development of ambitious projects that combine photovoltaic, wind and battery storage technologies.

 

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