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  • Chile targets a share of 60% of renewables in power generation in 2035 and more than 70% in 2050.
  • Enel is the largest power company, with around 1/4 of the capacity and half of the distribution.
  • Close to 2.9 GW of solar and 1.3 GW of wind capacities were commissioned since 2015.
  • Renewables (inc. hydro) account for 46% of the power mix.
  • After increasing by 33% between 2015 and 2018, electricity prices have been decreasing. They are the third highest in Latin America.
  • Total energy consumption has increased by 2%/year since 2014.
  • Industry absorbs 60% of the electricity consumption.
  • Chile is developing massively its renewable capacities. Around 6 GW of wind and solar projects are under construction.
  • Most coal-fired power projects have been cancelled and the country plans to phase out coal power generation by 2040.


of renewables (inc. hydro) by 2035

4.2 GW

of wind and solar commissioned over 2015-2019


final consumption reduction by 2035