Our 200 MW solar project “PFV Nuevo Quillagua” will be built in two phases of 100MW each. This project aims to generate electricity through a renewable energy source, solar energy, which is captured by photovoltaic panels (module efficiency 19.5-19.7%). In addition, it involves the construction of a transformer substation and a 1×220 kV High Voltage Transmission Line to the Tap-Off substation to connect to the 1x220kV Crucero – Laguna main transmission line. The energy will be injected into the National Electrical System (SEN).
The project in located in an area of approximately 350 hectares and the lifespan is 30 years.
Grenergy has defined the basic principles and strategic lines that underpin and guide the strategy of social impact in the environment of its projects.
Two-way, frequent and fluid communication with the local community from the early stages as the basis of the strategy for relations with the local community, aimed at creating a social link with the company.
The company’s social contribution will seek to improve the well-being of the local community with a medium and long-term perspective, giving priority to those initiatives capable of creating a positive social impact and generating added value in their quality of life.
The implementation of social initiatives aims to create and strengthen links between the company and the community and is therefore flexible in nature and in tune with the specific needs of each community, identified as a result of fluid and frequent communication with the local community.
Social activity is designed and implemented in close collaboration with strong local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) familiar with the local culture and reality.
The social contribution is made in an orderly and transparent manner in accordance with applicable legislation and in compliance with the company’s ethical codes.
The relationship with the local community shall be based on respect for its values and traditions by all employees and collaborators of the company, and shall observe the established internal systems of representation.
Appropriate metrics are used to track the impact of the social initiatives implemented, and are reported to stakeholders in the annual sustainability reports and/or on the company’s website.
The strategic lines that define the nature of specific social development initiatives are based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals that the company has chosen as a priority, so that the implementation of these initiatives contributes directly to these goals:
“The donations received will allow us to continue to perform our work optimally, facing this pandemic. I express my deepest gratitude for the great generosity of the company towards us.”
Owen Melin, Hospital Sarmiento
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