Mandalay resources remote Chilean mine – wind, diesel with hydro a possibility
The Cerro Bayo gold and silver mine in Southern Chile is integrating wind energy as a means of reducing diesel costs and addressing logistical and social challenges of transporting diesel to the mine site.
Over the past couple of years Energy and Mines has featured this case study because of a couple of unique characteristics – in particular the innovative use of technology and the finance structure with the IPP.
Follow this link to read a short interview with Mandalay COO Dominic Duffy and view a video presentation from Rame Energy’s Pieter Dhaen on the innovative PPA model.
Fill in the form below to download the presentation (Spanish) from the Energy and Mines Chile Summit in May 2015 in which Dominic Duffy and Jose Guerrero, Cerro Bayo’s Superintendent of Maintenance and Services, provide insight in to the drivers and approvals process of the project, the benefits of the unique PPA from the mine’s perspective and how the mine will assess the success or otherwise of this project.
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