Pampa Tigre Solar Farm

Developed by:

Mainstream Renewable Power

Construction Managed by:

Mainstream Renewable Power

Operated by:

Mainstream Renewable Power

Commercial Operation Date:


Pampa Tigre is a 100 MW Solar PV Energy Project, located 65 km to the southwest of the city of Antofagasta, in the region of the same name.

The geographical location of this project, which provides optimal conditions for the production of solar energy, will enable us to produce clean energy that will help to diversify the national energy matrix and reduce the use of fossil fuels.

Solar PV

Antofagasta Region

100 MW Gross

In Operation

Huemel Portfolio

Pampa Tigre solar PV forms one of the five renewable assets of Mainstream’s Phase 2 Huemul portfolio at 630 MWs.

Huemul is comprised of three onshore wind and two solar PV generation assets.

Together, they will generate enough sustainable electricity to power 781,000 Chilean homes and will displace 744,200 metric tonnes of CO2 each year.

By the numbers


local homes powered each year


avoided each year


approx # solar panels

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