Concession granted for solar power plant in Moquegua


Solar panels being installed at another solar plant, not in Peru. (Photo: Reuters)

The city of Moquegua will be the new home of a solar power plant, called Panamericana Solar 20 TS, announced the Ministry of Energy and Mining.

The plant will have an installed capacity of 20 megawatts (Mw) and will be responsible for producing clean, renewable energy, which contributes to the energy supply, reports El Comercio.

Through a Ministerial Resolution, published Wednesday in El Peruano, the Ministry granted the concession for generating renewable energy to Panamericana Solar S.A.C.

The solar plant, whose investment amount is estimated at $87,346,025 million, will be located in the province of Mariscal Nieto (Moquegua) at kilometer 1190 of the Panamerican Highway and will occupy approximately 123 hectares.