Environmental study filed for wind power project in Chile

E-CL has filed an environmental impact assessment (EIA) with the Chilean government’s evaluation service for a $165 million, 75 MW wind farm in northern region II, according to BNamericas.

The Calama B project will use 25 turbines. Operations are scheduled to begin 23 months after the start of construction, the article said. E-CL submitted an EIA for the $240 million, 108 MW Calama A wind farm in June and won environmental approval for the $280 million, 100 to 120 MW Calama wind farm in January.

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