Chilean businesses set for 600MW renewable energy boost

Jessica Shankleman
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Mainstream Renewable Power and Actis form joint venture to develop $1.4bn worth of wind and solar power projects

Chilean businesses seeking to curb their carbon emissions should be able to tap into 600MW of new green energy projects over the coming years, thanks to a new $1.4bn joint venture between Mainstream Renewable...

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