August 20, 2019 |
Ireland's Mainstream Renewable Power is closer to securing a $485m loan in Chile after replacing Senvion with new wind turbine suppliers, LatinFinance has heard.
The company had expected to sign the 20-year loan in April, but it faced delays when the German wind turbine manufacturer filed for insolvency.
Mainstream has now contracted Spain's Gamesa, Germany's Nordex and Denmark's Vestas to supply turbines for the 76 MW Alena, the 147 MW Cerro Tigre and the 150 MW Tchamma wind farms, said a sourc
Irish renewable energy company gets loans talks back on track after replacing insolvent Senvion