Power plants

Search and browse through our portfolio of renewable energy power plants across the globe based on location, technology or specific attributes

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Doña Carmen Solar power plant

Doña Carmen is a 40 MW installed power plant, located in La Ligua, Valparaíso Region in Chile, which has been delivering clean energy to the system since December 2017.

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María Elena Solar Plant

The “María Elena Photovoltaic Park” is a 72 MW power plant, which generates clean energy, and injects it into the National Electric System, which allows it to supply the growing demand for this resource, especially by the mining industry, collaborating in providing greater support system security.

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Urban Renewables Singapore

Urban Renewables was established to develop and invest in sustainable energy solutions for the betterment of urbanization, with the aim to provide opportunities for communities to participate and invest in the energy transition of their own cities.

The Urban Renewables model allows cities to tap into the enormous potential of using local sustainable resources, and become part of the global efforts to create sustainability in communities.

Cities play a critical role as front-runners in the transition to a carbon-free world. With approximately 4.2 billion of the world’s population living in cities at the moment, 66% of global energy consumption derives from such urban areas, where we use and waste a lot more than we could give. Urban Renewables aims to achieve high-performance green cities through high integration of renewables in the energy supply, among other things.

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Sahacogen Green Company Limited

This power plant is located in the Sahapat Industrial Park, Lamphun, Thailand. It generates green electricity from biomass from agricultural residues collected by local farmers. With 9.9 MW of installed capacity, this power plant generates 66 GWh of electricity per year.

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North American Renewable Energy

North America is one of the most advanced regions in terms of renewable energy technologies and infrastructure.

Awareness about the global consequences of pollution and climate change produced by fossil fuels and conventional power sources such as oil, coal, and natural gas, is increasingly leading consumers to use alternative power sources for various purposes. As a result, growing public awareness of green energy sources is boosting the renewable energy market growth.

The 80% fossil fuel make up of energy supply will drop to just under half by 2050. This will primarily be driven by rapid electrification, particularly road transport and in homes, and the increase in solar and wind as a means to generate that electricity.

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Terra Santa & Maral Wind Farms

Terra Santa (92.3 MW) and Maral (67.5 MW) are wind projects located in the State of Rio Grande do Norte, a northeastern region of Brazil. Together, they generate 730 GWh per year, which is enough to supply the needs of more than 400,000 households in Brazil.

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Paracatu Distillery

The Vale do Paracatu Distillery – Agroenergia S.A. (DVPA) is located in the Municipality of Paracatu, in the northwest of Minas Gerais, Brazil, and has the installed capacity to process more than 1.5 million tons of sugarcane per harvest.

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La Esperanza Wind Park

La Esperanza Wind Park contributes clean and renewable energy, with minimal environmental impact, and coexists with the traditional activities of the region. In addition, the operation of La Esperanza contributes to lower electricity prices for the inhabitants of Negrete.

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Central Cochamó

The Cochamó plant is the first hydroelectric plant in the Cochamó region in Chile, located in a beautiful area close to the known Osorno volcano – a symbol of the local landscape. The hydropower plant uses water of a small local river linked with the Rìo Puelo River.