Grupo Clavijo begins supplying trackers for a 40 MW photovoltaic installation in Chile, and opens an office in the capital.

MW installation in the Chilean region of Atacama, with Greenwood Biosar Chile Spa (Aktor Group) acting as the main EPC contractor.

Clavijo also is also announcing the opening of an office in Santiago de Chile, to be led by sales manager Cristina Clavijo.


The horizontal single-axis trackers used in this installation feature high performance, robustness, simplicity and quick assembly. Adaptable to all terrain types, they support multiple configurations and monitoring options. They are currently among the most advanced horizontal single-axis trackers on the market worldwide, having already been installed by Clavijo in Eilat (Israel), Hanford and Fairfield (USA), Zuera (Spain) and the Halutziot project (Israel).

This project, paired with the new office, will consolidate Grupo Clavijo's presence in Chile and will drive the development of photovoltaic projects in the country. Grupo Clavijo specialises in the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of the most extensive range of photovoltaic structures and solar trackers on the market. With more than 480 MW installed worldwide, it is a benchmark for developers, installers and EPC contractors of photovoltaic projects around the world.

Grupo Clavijo Chile Office:
c/ Orinoco, 90 Torre 1 Piso 21
Nueva Apoquindo, Las Condes. Santiago (Chile)
T. +(56 2) 25737768 - cristina@grupoclavijo.net

More information:
ruben@grupoclavijo.net
www.grupoclavijo.net

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