press release From Chilean Generator
November 11, 2022
(Machine translation of original release published in Spanish)
The SEA’s highest authority reiterated his commitment to fostering a constructive dialogue between the authorities and various public and private interest groups. For the sustainable development our country needs, it is imperative that project owners implement technically robust initiatives, rely on the best consultancies, and work early with communities. increase.
Valentina Durán says: That is why SEA develops a series of trainings, guides, instructions, courses and standards to help eliminate the ultimate uncertainty. ”
Among the key challenges for the industry to address, consistency and predictability of evaluation criteria were mentioned at both national and regional levels, and proper coordination of the teams and services participating in the evaluation process to enable results. was mentioned. and predictable grades.
Executive President Claudio Seebach emphasized the importance of this type of meeting in his opening remarks. We can achieve our core industry goal of becoming carbon neutral. ”
Carolina Pizarro, Environmental Director of Generadoras de Chile, added: “It is also essential to provide more resources to the service of evaluating energy projects, both in terms of personnel and technical knowledge of new technologies.” . , he held workshops and trained local offices on issues related to power generation projects, taking into account the technological and constructive progress of the power industry to develop good public-private relationship practices1. He pointed out that there is one way
The closure was led by Camilo Sharm, General Manager of Generadoras de Chile, who emphasized the spirit of cooperation in developing public-private partnerships. for management.
“Examples of this kind are extremely valuable in developing projects that address the challenges we face as an industry and as a country and contribute to the energy transition and carbon neutrality,” said Camilo Sharm.
Generation companies now have a potential investment portfolio of $23 billion over the next five years in wind, solar, storage and green hydrogen projects, which requires an aggressive investment promotion public-private agenda.
We currently have a portfolio of power projects under construction worth approximately $5.4 billion, and 100% of today’s SEIA environmentally certified power projects are renewable. The power generation sector leads climate action in terms of mitigation, and from 2020 to 2030, the sector will contribute more than 60% of Chile’s GHG emissions reductions pledged in his NDC. It will be.