Solar energy plant planned for Chile

Solar Chile is planning to build a $95 million, 34 MW capacity solar energy plant in Chile, according to Business News Americas.

The plant will be called La Tirana I. Solar Chile is looking for environmental approval from environmental regulator Conama.

Subject to approval, work could begin on the project in the second quarter of 2012, with the plant coming online in 2013.

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