Italian Prime Minister to set first stone of Cerro Pabellon project on visit to Chile
On a state visit to Chile, Italian's Prime Minster Matteo Renzi set the first stone for the Cerro Pabellon geothermal power project by Enel Green Power in the country.
Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi earlier this week started a state visit to Chile. As part of his visit he and Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet will be signing several bilateral agreements.
During the visit the Prime Minster will inaugurate several renewable energy projects promoted by the Italian group Enel Green Power.
Projects being inaugurated include the wind fam of Taltal, a photovoltaic plant at Lalackama and the Ollagüe hybrid plant. At the same time, he will be setting the first stone of the geothermal power plant project of Cerro Pabellón.
In Chile’s capital he gave a talk at the University of Chile and visit the Museum of Rememberance and Human Rights. Yesterday, he travelled to the region of Antofagasta to visit the astronomical observatory operated by the European Southern Observatory (ESO), located in Cerro Paranal, in the desert Atacama, at an altitude of more than 2,000 meters. After this visit, Prime Minister Renzi and his entourage will be bound for Peru, Colombia and then finally to Cuba to complete his Latin American tour.
Source: Prensa Latina