Nov 19, 2014 - Libra Group plans to build solar power plants of a total 250 MW in Chile, local daily El Mercurio reported Sunday, quoting the group's regional manager, Fidel Andueza.
Andueza visited Chile last week to present the company and its strategy to private and institutional investors.
One of the plants will be installed in association with Enel Green Power (BIT:EGPW), while the other one will be developed directly.
Libra is also planning solar power projects in Mexico and the US. In Mexico, the company became partner with local company Ilioss for an investment of USD 500 million (EUR 398.4m).
(USD 1 = EUR 0.797)
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