SolarIn our aim to guarantee the minimum impact with the maximum use of the resource and due to the lack of a Chilean normative, we follow the german standards for planning a wind park.


Wind Energy

Along with the technical capabilities for measuring and designing a wind park, we also have the capacities of financing them trough our strategic alliances.

In our aim to guarantee the minimum impact with the maximum use of the resource and due to the lack of a Chilean normative, we follow the german standards for planning a wind park.

That is why our measurements are done in 80 mts. towers with anemometers at 80, 60, 40 and 10 mts. from the ground. This permits the correct study of the horizontal and vertical component of the wind speed.

We also certify the data with external experts to obtain a guarantee for the wind study to minimize the client and investor risks.

Today, our activities are distributed in wind measurements and new project identification in different parts of Chile.


Energía Eólica
Energía Eólica
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Keys for planning a wind park

The development of a wind park is a process that may take many years. There are several stages that had to be accomplished in order to assure the proper use of the resource and a correct design that minimizes the potential negative effects.

The first variable to consider is the analysis of the wind resource, the most important factor for thinking in a wind park. The wind study is done at least for a year, to the purpose of obtaining an accurate estimation of its daily, monthly and seasonality variations to plan its future behavior to the rest of the evaluation period.
The second aspect to attend is the evaluation of the grid and its proximity to the site. If there is no grid or its capacity is not enough, the costs associated to its construction may be considerable and must be included in the feasibility analysis.

The third condition is the site. By one hand, it is recommended to establish the rental o sale conditions with the owner from the very beginning to assure a sustainable long term relationship between the parts, considering that the typical period for evaluating a project of these characteristics is 25 to 30 years. By other hand, the access to the site must suit the future requirements of the park construction, in terms of road dimensions, bridges and topography. The equipment will be transported to the site in heavy duty trucks of 50 mts. long, which requirements are very high and strict for the roads.

Finally, it is recommended to evaluate the potential impacts in the environment in a prefeasibility stage that considers the area involved, the proximity to population, water courses, roads and the impacts to the original vegetation and fauna, among others. This will be very helpful to anticipate the future environmental impact study that minimizes all the adverse effects.