Great Western Consortium Inc. looking into joint venture with Chile Solar farm company.

SANTIAGO, CHILE, September 7, 2017 / — In a single hour, the amount of power from the sun that strikes the Earth is more than the entire world consumes in a year. No wonder solar power has the greatest potential among all the renewable energies.

Great Western Consortium Inc. keen to increase its investment in the up and coming renewable energy sector, set its eye on Chile solar farm in the Atacama Desert.

The Atacama Desert in Northern Chile is the driest place on the planet. Some parts of the desert have never seen a drop of rain since record-keeping began. The Atacama is high, flat, and bone dry — the ideal location for solar. The sun beats down day after day with rarely a cloud in sight with some of the highest levels of solar radiation anywhere in the world.

The natural advantage of the Atacama Desert for solar farm couple with Chile been the biggest solar market in Latin America make it the best place for GWC Inc. to form a joint venture with Chile solar farm company.

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Source: EIN Presswire