Google’s Chilean Data Center Receiving Power From South America’s Largest Solar Project
Original story at CleanTechnica• 7 mentions • 8 months ago
CleanTechnica 8 months ago
January 27th, 2017 by Saurabh MahapatraOriginally published on CleanTechies. The largest solar photovoltaic project in South America has started supplying electricity to Google. Acciona Energia has announced that it has started to supply electricity to Google’s installations in Chile from the El Romero solar power project. The 246 megawatt project is the largest solar PV power plants in South America. Acciona Energina had signed a contract to the supply of 80 megawatts (MW) of power to Google’s data center in Quilicura through the Central Interconnected System. Quilicura is one of the 13 Google data centers worldwide and the only one ...