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Bachelet reinforces commitment to Chile’s energy sector

Speaking during Chile's annual energy dinner President Michelle Bachelet said "Chile must move quickly to address its energy challenges", promising incentives to encourage investment in the sector.

Enel to own Chile’s first hybrid industrial plant

Enel Green Power has started developing a 60.9 MW solar pv park 10km from the city of Calama in Antofagasta region in Chile.

Chile’s Atacama region suffers power cuts

The Atacama region in Chile has suffered suffered power cuts due to floods that affected the area.

Chile’s renewables investment reaches $6.7m

In Chile, the investment in renewable energy projects has reached $6.7bn and is expected to produce 2954 MW of capacity, according to a study by Central Energy published by Estrategia.

Chile’s new president orders HidroAysen review

Within days of her presidency, Michelle Bachellet has order a review of Chile's highly-controversial HidroAysen hydropower project.

Chile’s 90 MW Talinay wind farm inaugurated

Italy's Enel Green Power has inaugurated its 90 MW Talinay wind farm, its first wind power asset in Chile.

Operations halted at Chile’s La Higuera hydro facility

Chile's 155 MW La Higuera hydroelectric plant, jointly owned by Australia's Pacific Hydro Limited and Norway's SN Power, temporarily stopped production after it became aware of problems with one of its tunnels.

Chile’s MBI to invest $600m in energy projects

Chilean fund MBI Inversiones, together with engineering firm Imelsa, has said it will invest about $600m in energy projects within the country in the next five years.

Skanska to build one of Chile’s largest wind farms

Skanska Latin America has signed a contract for a confidential client, to build a wind farm in Chile for $76m.

Duke Energy stengthens position in Chile’s lucrative power market

The recent acquisition of Iberoamericana de Energía Ibener SA (Ibener), sees Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE: DUK) of the US further strengthen its presence in the Latin American electricity market.

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