GRUPO CLAVIJO SUPPLIES 2,88 MW TO CHILEAN PROJECT

Chile is becoming a promising market for PV entrepreneurs with more tan 4000 MW under development.

Strengthening its world wide expansion process, the solar mounting systems manufacturer and designer Grupo Clavijo has supplied a total of 2,88 MW of fixed structures for a PV plant in Mina El Salvador, Atacama Region Chile. The project, installed and commissioned by Chilean RTS Energy, features thin film PV technology modules by INVENTUX® and will allow to cover part of the energy needs of El Salvador copper mine, owned by Codelco.


Chile is becoming a promising market for PV entrepreneurs with more tan 4000 MW under development. With this supply, Grupo Clavijo consolidates in the Chilean market and becomes a reference partner to carry out new projects in the region.

Grupo Clavijo has already supplied 480 MW of mounting structures and trackers, and it's active in most world emerging PV markets such as the USA, Mexico, Romania, Ukraine, Bulgaria, India or Thailand.

More Information:

ruben@grupoclavijo.net
www.grupoclavjo.net
www.clavijosolar.com

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