May 20 (Bloomberg) -- Ecopower SAC, a Chilean renewable-energy developer, filed for permits to develop a $250 million wind farm in the country’s Los Lagos region.
Work on the 100.8-megawatt Chiloe project is expected to start in January 2016, the Santiago-based company said today in a filing with environmental licensing agency Servicio de Evaluacion Ambiental.
The wind project will include 42 turbines, each with a capacity of 2.4 megawatts, and a 28.1-kilometer (17.5-mile) power line, according to the statement.
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