World record in power measurement of Acciona in its plant The Romero Solar, of Atacama


The study has been carried out by Acciona experts and the Polytechnic University at the El Romero Solar Plant located in the Atacama Desert in Chile. They have succeeded in performing the power measurement of 1 MW of photovoltaic panels – that is, 4,200 units – at a time while the commercial devices can only measure […]

Eiffage to build the Huatacondo photovoltaic plant in Chile with an investment of 135 million euro


Through its subsidiaries Eiffage Concessions and Eiffage Energía, Eiffage has just signed a contract for the construction of the Huatacondo photovoltaic plant (98 MWc) in the Chilean Atacama Desert. This project will allow the company to further develop in the renewable energies sector in Latin America.


UNEF calls for changes concerning the new renewables auction announced yesterday by Rajoy


UNEF welcomes the Government’s intent to hold a new renewables auction before summer but believes that it is imperative to reform the auction’s design so that wind and photovoltaic technologies be able to exert their competitiveness in an equitable system and without artificial barriers.

Enel lands in Australia with the Bungala Solar project, the largest in the country


The joint venture between Enel Green Power and the Dutch Infrastructure Fund has closed the deal to acquire the first 137.5 MW of the 275 MW Bungala Solar project from local developer Reach Solar Energy. The acquisition of the second phase of the project is expected to close during the third quarter of this year.


Villanueva, the American continent´s largest photovoltaic plant under construction


Enel, through its renewable subsidiary in Mexico, Enel Green Power Mexico (EGPM), has begun construction works of its Villanueva 754 MW photovoltaic solar power plant in Viesca in the state of Coahuila.

FRV concludes an agreement with Invenergy for the sale of La Jacinta solar plant in Uruguay


Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), an expert in the development of solar photovoltaic plants, has concluded an agreement with Invenergy for the sale of the 65MWdc La Jacinta solar plant in Uruguay, one of Latin America largest photovoltaic projects.