Elecnor involved in construction of Mainstream’s 185-MW wind project in Chile

Spanish infrastructure builder Elecnor SA has confirmed its involvement in the construction of the 185-MW Cerro Tigre wind farm project in Chile. According the company, it secured the contract to deliver the full balance-of-plant (BOP) package for the project, including turbine installation and the construction of substations, transmission lines and other infrastructure. The project is promoted by Mainstream Renewable Power and is part of the Ireland-based developer’s 571-MW Condor wind and solar portfolio.

Source: Renewables Now