Lulu Rumsey

Chilean firm Carey has helped US solar energy developer SunPower and its parent company Total win a contract to supply energy to Chile’s second largest power generator, Colbún.

The value of the power purchase agreement was kept confidential. The agreement has a 15-year term and will see SunPower and Total supply 500 gigawatt hours of solar energy per year, from a to-be-constructed 164-megawatt solar power plant.

Thirteen companies participated in the bidding process. Colbún hired Barros & Errázuriz Abogados for the launch of the bidding process, which closed on 20 May.

Counsel to SunPower and Total
Partner Juan Francisco Mackenna and associates Felipe Artigas and Jose Tomas Hurley

Counsel to Colbún
Barros & Errázuriz Abogados
Partner Fernando Garrido and associates Cristóbal Pellegrini, Pedro Pablo Ballivian and Agustín Lama

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