Enel Green Power Chile and Andean Countries is dedicated to the development and management of power generation from renewable resources in Chile, Peru and Colombia. Its technological portfolio ranges from mini hydro, wind, to photovoltaic and geothermal energy. In Chile, Enel Green Power operates a portfolio of plants with a combined installed capacity of over 685 MW, of which 340 MW are wind energy, 253 MW photovoltaic and 92 MW hydroelectric. In addition, the company currently has projects under construction of 600 MW which, once completed, will increase the installed capacity of EGP in the country to about 1,200 MW. Among its projects, the company is building, associated to ENAP, the first geothermal plant in South America, Cerro Pabellón, with a gross power of 48 MW.
The focus of Enel Green Power in sustainability is not limited to the affirmation of its inherently "green" nature, but serchs to promote an integrated sustainability strategy in all its business processes. Thus, with the participation of all areas of the company, the model Creating Shared Value was defined and an action plan was established for the short, medium and long term to ensure full integration of sustainability at different points of the value chain.