Grenergy Renovables to study wind in Peru's Cajamarca - report
Spanish renewable energy firm Grenergy Renovables has requested a permit in Peru to start studies as part of a wind farm project in the northern Cajamarca region, local daily Gestion reported on Friday.
The Spanish project developer and independent power producer (IPP) is seeking a temporary concession from the energy and mines ministry for a project named Duna.
Reportedly, the company already has three projects in the country involving 80 MW of photovoltaic (PV) capacity and 140 MW of wind power.
Grenergy Renovables opened its Peruvian office in 2014 with an initial projects pipeline of 150 MW. Additionally, it has offices in Mexico, Colombia and has started the construction of its first PV parks in Chile, called small-scale distributed generation.
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