By John Conroy
According to PV-Tech, SunEdison's debt financing package consisted of contributions from US development body the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Clean Technology Fund and Chilean commercial bank, CorpBanca - the first time a local bank has participated in providing debt for a merchant solar project in Chile, according to SunEdison.
Another major solar farm has been confirmed for Chile, with SunEdison securing the final $US155 million in funding for its 72. 8MW Maria Elena project in northern port city Antofagasta, the US company's third utility-scale project in Chile, PV-Tech reports.
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