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Solar photovoltaic energy is a renewable energy source that produces electricity from the sun’s radiation. It comes from a renewable energy source and so its resources are unlimited. Power production produces no emissions, operating costs are very low and maintenance is simple. The installation consists of solar panels.

Solar power installations use solar modules or panels as generators that capture the solar energy and convert it into electricity. This produces a constant flow of low-voltage electricity. An inverter transforms this direct current into an alternating current with the same characteristics as that of the electricity grid to which it will be connected for use.

Brazil

ico_check_naranjaSobral I Photovoltaic Power Plants (Brazil):
Installed capacity: 35.1 MW
Location: Piauí State, North of Brazil
In operation since 2017
Investment of 85M euros

ico_check_naranjaSertao I Photovoltaic Power Plants (Brazil):
Installed capacity: 35.1 MW
Location: Piauí State, North of Brazil
In operation since 2017
Investment of 85M euros

ico_check_naranjaGuimarânia I & II Photovoltaic Power Plant (Brazil):
Installed capacity: 82.7 MW
Location: Minas Gerais State
In operation since 2018

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Chile

ico_check_naranjaSan Pedro Photovoltaic Power Plant (Chile):
Installed capacity: 101.27 MW
Location: Province of Loa, Antofagasta Region, Chile
In operation since 2021

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