Enel signs $3.15m contract with Endesa Chile

Enel Green Power has signed a contract with Endesa Chile to develop three plants in the Latin American country, with a total installed capacity of nearly 300 MW.  

The contract is worth approximately $3.5 million. It includes the supply of energy and the sale of green certificates for close to 25 years for a geothermal power plant as well as a solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Chile.

The contract also covers the supply of power and the sale of green certificates for around 20 years for a wind farm in the country.  

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