Solek signs agreement for supply of solar panels in Chile

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Solek Group, a Czech photovoltaic group, has signed a framework contract with LONGi Solar Technology Co., Ltd. to supply solar panels with a capacity of approximately 100 MW, with a view to the construction of projects planned for 2019 in Chile.

The massive investment follows the recently signed agreement between Solek Group and CarbonFree Chile SpA ("CarbonFree"). The purpose of the agreement is the development and construction of a portfolio of photovoltaic power plants in Chile up to a total installed capacity of 118 MW. This project is part of the Solek Group's broader intention to build a capacity portfolio of 250 MW in Chile, consisting of individual projects with a capacity of 3 to 10 MW, to become the leader in this segment of non-renewable resources. only in Chile but also in all of South America.

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Solar modules from LONGi Solar include the latest technologies from the MONO PERC panels with a capacity of 370/380 Wp. In relation to investment in panels, Solek Group is also making a large delivery of trackers (structures that move solar panels towards the sun) and is likely to become the exclusive service partner for its manufacturers throughout Latin America.

In addition, Solek Group is making a large supply of inverters (devices that convert the DC current of the panels into alternating current), cables and fences. The deliveries mainly involve Chinese manufacturers, although there are also manufacturers and suppliers from the Czech Republic.

This Solek Group release was published using an automatic translation system.