Enel hosts geothermal training course for Chilean engineering students
Enel Green Power hosts four engineering students for a three-week geothermal training course in Larderello, Italy.
As part of its commitment to develop geothermal power projects in Chile, Enel Green Power hosted four engineering students from the University of Antofagasta in Chile for a training course on geothermal at the Larderello plants in Tuscany, as part of the Year of Italy in Latin America. Enel Green Power is currently developing Chile’s first geothermla power plant at Cerro Pabellón in the North of Chile.
Four engineering students from the University of Antofagasta are attending a three-month training course, promoted by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
The four engineering students, three of them Chilean and one Peruvian, attend the main university of the city of Antofagasta, in the region of the same name, where Enel Green Power is achieving some of its most recent renewable development projects in Chile. In particular, EGP started the construction on July 14 of its record-breaking Cerro Pabell?n plant, the first facility using geothermal technologies in the whole of Latin America and the first one ever built at 4,500 metres above sea level.
Source: Enel Green Power