Solar Energy: $50 Million Investment in Panama

AES Panama announced that during 2020 it will invest in the construction of four photovoltaic parks, which will have an installed capacity of 10 MW each.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

The development of the parks that will be located in the provinces of Herrera, Los Santos and Chiriqui, will be in charge of Elecnor S.A., the company to which AES Panama awarded the construction contracts.

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Laestrella.com.pa reviews that "... With the start of these works, which will begin this year and intend to connect to the National Interconnected System this year, AES states that it will have several energy sources."

Official figures state that during 2019 the electricity supply in the country reached 11,135 million kwh, of which 289 million kwh were generated in solar parks.

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