Chile Welcomes Repsol

Repsol has completed the construction of its first joint windfarm in Chile with Ibereolica Renovables. The 44-turbine, 189MW Cabo Leones III project in Huasca, Atacama was built in two phases, with the 79MW first phase consisting of 22 turbines commissioned in 2020. Commercial startup of phase II is expected in Q4. The various stages of Cabo Leones add up to a $650 million, 160 turbine, 609MW project. However, as part of the joint venture in Chile between Repsol and Ibereolica Renovables, the Cabo Leones III project belongs to a portfolio of assets already in operation, under construction, and in advanced stages of development totalling more than 1.6GW of wind and solar, and slated for com

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