Energy and water of the Pacific (ENAPAC)
Energy and Water of the Pacific is a project designed to address the scarcity of water that affects industries in the Atacama Desert of Chile. It is billed as a sustainable project that combines solar energy and a consistent water supply obtained via desalinization. The project consists of the construction of water storage reservoirs, a plant to desalinize seawater along the coast, a solar photovoltaic energy plant and an underground aqueduct to transport the water to the reservoir. The solar energy produced will provide energy to the desalination plant and also to the Copayapu power station. The water storage reservoirs will be located near the city of Copiapó where mining companies can load water tanker trucks.
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