Santa Lucia Solar Farm
Coquimbo Chile
11MWp

Santa Lucia Solar Farm
Coquimbo Chile
11MWp

Santa Lucia Solar Farm
Coquimbo Chile
11MWp

Santa Lucia Solar Farm
Coquimbo Chile
11MWp

This has been developed by Luminous Energy and will participate in the ‘Pequeños Medios de Generación Distribuidos’ or PMGD programme, in which electricity can either be offered on the spot market or sold at what is called the ‘node’ or ‘stabilised’ price that is fixed for six-month periods.

This has been developed by Luminous Energy and will participate in the ‘Pequeños Medios de Generación Distribuidos’ or PMGD programme, in which electricity can either be offered on the spot market or sold at what is called the ‘node’ or ‘stabilised’ price that is fixed for six-month periods.

This has been developed by Luminous Energy and will participate in the ‘Pequeños Medios de Generación Distribuidos’ or PMGD programme, in which electricity can either be offered on the spot market or sold at what is called the ‘node’ or ‘stabilised’ price that is fixed for six-month periods.

This has been developed by Luminous Energy and will participate in the ‘Pequeños Medios de Generación Distribuidos’ or PMGD programme, in which electricity can either be offered on the spot market or sold at what is called the ‘node’ or ‘stabilised’ price that is fixed for six-month periods.

In 2019 a majority stake in the project was acquired by an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor that will construct the project. Luminous Energy subsequently continued to lead the development of the project.

The project will support Chile’s ambition to build cleaner and more distributed electricity generation, with the key value of these small solar projects being their size and location. Projects such as this ensure that reliable and sustainable energy generation is located close to the communities they serve, increasing the resilience of the grid and reducing the cost and environmental impact of transmission lines stretching long distances.

In 2019 a majority stake in the project was acquired by an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor that will construct the project. Luminous Energy subsequently continued to lead the development of the project.

The project will support Chile’s ambition to build cleaner and more distributed electricity generation, with the key value of these small solar projects being their size and location. Projects such as this ensure that reliable and sustainable energy generation is located close to the communities they serve, increasing the resilience of the grid and reducing the cost and environmental impact of transmission lines stretching long distances.

In 2019 a majority stake in the project was acquired by an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor that will construct the project. Luminous Energy subsequently continued to lead the development of the project.

The project will support Chile’s ambition to build cleaner and more distributed electricity generation, with the key value of these small solar projects being their size and location. Projects such as this ensure that reliable and sustainable energy generation is located close to the communities they serve, increasing the resilience of the grid and reducing the cost and environmental impact of transmission lines stretching long distances.

In 2019 a majority stake in the project was acquired by an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor that will construct the project. Luminous Energy subsequently continued to lead the development of the project.

The project will support Chile’s ambition to build cleaner and more distributed electricity generation, with the key value of these small solar projects being their size and location. Projects such as this ensure that reliable and sustainable energy generation is located close to the communities they serve, increasing the resilience of the grid and reducing the cost and environmental impact of transmission lines stretching long distances.