The Spanish company Diverxia Infrastructure has announced the obtention of two projects in the Tranche one of the public tender organized by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA), which took place last August in Puerto Rico. 73Mw of capacity is expected to be installed between two projects located in Cabo Rojo and Mayaguez.
Diverxia Infrastructure, a leading company in renewable projects, has been awarded in the Tranche 1 of Energy Resources Auction in Puerto Rico in August. Jointly with Enersys Solar (a local company) have formed a consortium that have been awarded with two projects located in the regions of Cabo Rojo and Mayaguez. Their construction is expected to start next year.
With these projects, which COD is expected to take place in 2025, the company aims to collaborate with the electrical recovery of Puerto Rico, providing steadiness to the island electric network. Renewable Resources represent less than 4% of the total electric capacity of the country. With this auction, the government aims to increase the renewable energy up to 16% by 2024. The objective of the authorities is to achieve a 100% of renewable energy in 2050.
Once Tranche 1 has concluded, Diverxia is already preparing a bid for the Tranche 2, which also intends to adjudge 1.000Mw of renewable generation, in addition to long-term energy storage.
About Diverxia Infrastructure
With more than 15 years of experience in the renewable energy sector, Diverxia Infrastructure works on the development and construction of large renewable energy projects around the world. With headquarters in Spain and offices in the United Kingdom, USA, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Colombia, Diverxia combines experience, commitment and sustainable growth, adding value to the projects in which participates.