Enel Green Power is a company of the Enel Group that is engaged in the development and management of energy generation from renewable sources since 2008. It is one of the main global operators in the sector of energy generation and renewable sources, operating in countries of Europe, America, Asia, Africa and Oceania.
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Peru: Three Times Green
With an investment of almost 400 million US dollars, Enel Green Power starts a new era of energy in Peru. A path that will make it become a leader in energy generation with clean technology in Peru.
How? Enel Green Power (EGP) will build a wind farm, a solar power plant and a hydroelectric power with an installed capacity of 332 MW; they could start operating by 2018. Yes! The leading company in renewable energy will operate with three different types of renewable sources in Peru. An absolute milestone.
The Windy South: Wayra Project
The Wayra wind power project, with an installed capacity of 132.3 MW, will be built on the southern coast of Peru, more specifically in the district of Marcona, province of Nasca, in the department of Ica region with a high level of wind resources.
Once completed, Wayra will generate about 600 Gwh a year, while avoiding the annual emission of almost 288,000 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.
Sun into Development: Rubí
The Rubí photovoltaic project, with a capacity of 180 MW (DC), will be built in southern Peru, more specifically in the district and province of Moquegua —a region with high levels of solar radiation.
Once operational, the solar power plant will generate approximately 440 GWh a year, while avoiding the annual emission of about 210,000 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.
The Strength of Huánuco: Ayanunga
The Ayanunga hydroelectric project, with a capacity of approximately 20 MW, will be built in central Peru, more specifically in the district of Monzón, in the department of Huánuco.
Once operational, the hydroelectric power plant will generate around 132 Gwh a year, while avoiding the annual emission of about 63,000 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.