Cerro Tigre Wind Farm

Developed by:

Mainstream Renewable Power

Construction Managed by:

Mainstream Renewable Power

Operated by:

Mainstream Renewable Power

Commercial Operation Date:


The Cerro Tigre Wind Farm is located in the Antofagasta Region and consists of 44 turbines, each at 72m of height and 4.2 MW of capacity.

The wind farm forms part of the Cóndor portfolio within Mainstream’s wholly owned Andes Renovables 1.3 GW platform. The Cóndor portfolio will power approximately 680,000 local homes in Chile.

Onshore wind

Antofagasta Region

185 MW Gross

In Operation

The Andes Renovables platform was formed following Mainstream’s win in the 2016 technology-neutral electricity auction.

Mainstream was the biggest winner in Chile’s taking 27% of the total allocated capacity and awarded a 20-year index-linked, US dollar denominated contract, to supply 3,366 gigawatt hours of firm power starting in 2021.



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