STATISTICS During February 2018, NCRE’s contribution to the total energy system amounted to 16.67%. The highest contribution was solar energy, with a 7.16%, which represents a 8.97% decrease as compared to the prior month generation, followed by wind energy with a 3.71%, representing a 21.23% decrease. Bioenergy was placed third with a 3,09%, which represents a 8.89% decrease as compared to the prior month, followed by energy from mini hydro stations, with a 2,42%, representing a 22.73% decrease as compared to January 2018. Finally, geothermal energy was placed fifth, with a 0.29%, which meant a 9.69% decrease as compared to the prior month generation. NCRE’S PERCENTAGE OF PARTICIPATION 20% 18% 16% 14% 12% 10% 8% 6% 4% 2% 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 mar.17 apr.17 may.17 jun.17 jul.17 aug.17 sep.17 oct.17 nov.17 dec.17 jan.18 feb.18 Solar Wind Bioenergy Mini hydro NCRE Geothermal Total Recognized Legal Requirement NCRE’s percentage of participation February 2018 2018 YTD Recognized Legal Requirement Bioenergy Wind Mini hydro NCRE Geothermal Solar PV Total * 16.36% * 5.04% 3.09% 3.10% 3.71% 4.03% 2.42% 2.65% 0.29% 0.30% 7.16% 7.18% 16.67% 17.27% *To April 9, 2018, the highlighted information was not available on the National Electrical Coordinator's site. Information in this graphic is two months behind Source of graphics: Developed by ACERA based on information from CNE, Coordinador Eléctrico Nacional y SEIA.
MEET OUR MEMBERS Daniele Moriconi MANAGING DIRECTOR CHILE email@example.com Daniele is Italian and lives in Milan with his wife. He is an Energy Engineer with a Master Degree in Nuclear Energy from the Imperial College (London) and an MBA from the ENI Corporate University of Milan. Before joining Building Energy, he worked as a Development and Portfolio Manager in Enel Green Power. What products or services does your company deliver and to what kind(s) of NCREs? Building Energy is an international IPP company based in Milan, Italy. It has been engaged for the last 10 years in building and investing in solar, wind, hydroelectric and biomass NCRE plants, with a pipeline of 2,600 MW in projects worldwide. Which have been the latest new services or changes introduced by your Company? By the end of 2017, we carried out an important financial operation in the London Stock Exchange (Green bond issuance), including three new lines of business: renewable energy trading at the Italian Power Stock Exchange; the incorporation of an installation company of charging stations for electric cars, and a corporate car sharing service fed 100% with renewable energy. What are the main projects -or themes- you have been recently working on concerning NCRE or the environment? In case they are generation plants, where are the located and which are their main characteristics? Also in 2017, we purchased our four first solar projects in Chile (PMGDs) with a total power of 18 MW. In addition, we are developing, with our partners SCOTTA, our first hydroelectric project in the Biobio region, which will start operating in 2019. Which elements characterize and/or distinguish your company? In spite of being a small company, we vertically integrate the entire value chain related to NCRE. The recent incorporations of Trading and Electric Mobility represent an important and radical change in our identity, from a pure IPP to a Utility. How important is NCRE participation in the Chilean electric system? NCRE are already playing a key role in Chile, but are still far from being fully exploited. By implementing the correct business model, Chile might become easily a world leader in massive NCRE implementation, through distributed generation, EV Mobility and VPP (virtual power plants). Why would you recommend being an ACERA member? This is a historic moment for the sector and all of its players. The exchange of ideas, opinions and experiences is the key for the implementation of a sustainability model for the community. ACERA not only gathers all the key players, but enables, through its committees, a constant and active dialogue among all the parties. Aitor Ilundain Gómez COUNTRY MANAGER CHILE firstname.lastname@example.org Aitor is Spanish and has lived in Chile for 4 years. He is married and has one son. With a degree in Environmental Science, and a Master in Renewable Energies and Energy Markets, he has 10 years of experience in the sector. What products or services does your company deliver and to what kind(s) of NCREs? We provide engineering, consulting and quality control services in solar photovoltaic and wind energy projects. Which have been the latest new services or changes introduced by your Company? In 2017, we opened new offices in Colombia, put into operation the first laboratory for testing modules under standard conditions (STC) in Chile, and provided consulting services to large consumers regarding purchase and sale contracts of renewable energy. We have also created recently a work team specialized in energy storage projects. What are the main projects -or themes- you have been recently working on concerning NCRE or the environment? In case they are generation plants, where are the located and which are their main characteristics? During the last few months, we have been working on projects in Chile, Peru, Argentina and Uruguay, providing technical inspection services, acting as independent technical advisors in due diligence, financing and purchase techniques of solar photovoltaic and wind plants. We have performed maximum power tests in STC, electroluminescence, visual inspection and thermographies of PV modules, several engineering services, resource and production surveys, consultancy in EPC, O&M, procurement and PPA contract negotiation, project connection feasibility analysis, and soiling estimation. Which elements characterize and/or distinguish your company? Enertis is characterized by providing independent professional services, which cover the requirements of solar PV and wind projects in all their phases, focused on guaranteeing our customers’ maximum profitability and an adequate risk management of their projects. How important is NCRE participation in the Chilean electric system? NCRE’s participation in the electric system is important to reduce our dependence on imported energy, diversify the matrix, reduce the costs of electric power and the generation of greenhouse gases. Why would you recommend being an ACERA member? Because it actively supports its members, keeping them updated on the latest news in the industry, generating business opportunities, and working for the general interests of the NCRE sector.