Spanish solar equipment maker, INSO (Ingenieri Y Soportes Solares), is planning to participate in a project to build a 50 MW solar plant in Chile, as part of its strategy to expand in Latin America.

INSO, which is a subsidiary of Aluminios de la Serena, holds 20 per cent stake in the Dehesa International Venture, the consortium carrying out the project.

INSO also has plans to expand its activities in other Latin American countries, such as Peru, Panama and Mexico, Alimarket Energia reports.

Last year, INSO announced revenues of $1.96m.

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