InterEnergy breaks ground on 40 MW Technisol solar project

September, 2017

InterEnergy has started construction of a 40MW solar project in David, the capital of the Chiriqui province in Western Panama.

Four 10MW single axis tracker PV power plant will be built on a 98 hectare plot of land and are scheduled to become by the end of 2018.

The solar plant is part of InterEnergy’s SER plan, a commitment made at the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative meeting to offer large clients 100% renewable energy.

Commenting on ground-breaking, InterEnergy CEO and Chairman Rolando Gonzalez Bunster said: “InterEnergy is committed to providing efficient, clean and cost-effective energy to the region. This project is another important step in the right direction and increases the proportion of our total generating capacity that comes from low-carbon renewable and natural gas assets.”