The new survey identifies a total of 49 projects for the next decade.
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The state power company has embarked on an active quest for projects in Chile, particularly wind and solar projects, in order to “gain scale”, says its general manager, María Teresa González.
The data center will be located in the Santiago Metropolitan Region and will start operation at the end of this year.
“Although we still have a way to go, this report shows that we are on the right road,” said the Minister of Environment on learning of the results of the study published by Cambridge University Press.
The Mining Ministry has begun trial implementation of a plan to assist almost 20 initiatives from their early stages through to their start of operation.
Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, invested in the round of financing that the firm will also use to expand its range of products.
“Chile could export $ 30 billion in green hydrogen by 2050,” said Juan Carlos Jobet, the country’s energy minister. “This is the amount of copper that we export today.”
The Parque Terra Energía Renovable project would be located in the Taltal municipal district of the Antofagasta Region and would represent an investment of US$ 750 million.
The company is growing at rates of 300% in Chile and plans to invest US$100 million in the next two years.
The company has obtained financing of over US$100 million for non-conventional renewable energy projects in the O’Higgins and Atacama Regions.
In the region, Argentina, Mexico and Peru are also in this category, according to the report “Solar Photovoltaic Power Potential by Country” prepared by the World Bank.
The company has signed the sector’s first Clean Production Agreement (CPA) in order to continue improving its environmental standards in line with its global undertakings in this field.
The economic recovery plan to address the impact of Covid-19 envisages US$8,000 million for the infrastructure sector.
ISA has signed a joint venture with a Colombian construction company that will have a starting capital of US$1.3 million.
The South American country’s priorities include changing its energy matrix to a model based on renewable energies.
The Chinese technology giant is participating in the race to win the tender for the Civil Registry’s new identification system, identity cards and passports.