Bogota firm planning three 9.9-MW solar projects in Colombia

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February 22 (Renewables Now) - The Colombia ministry of mines and energy has invited the public to comment on its resolutions to declare three 9.9-MW solar photovoltaic (PV) projects as serving public utility and social interest.

The three projects are developed by Xantia-Xamuels SAS ESP, a Bogota-based firm that specialises in residential and commercial solar arrays for on-site consumption. The company is now planning to build larger solar plants on public land in the departments of Atlantico, Bolivar and Sucre.

The projects are named CRLI, PN1 and OLD-T. The ministry’s resolutions show that technical evaluations have demonstrated that all three projects have a viable connection to the grid.

The resolutions for each declaration were released on Friday and are open for public consultation until March 6, the ministry said.

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