Colombia’s Port of Cartagena installing 2.2 MW of rooftop solar

The Port of Cartagena, Colombia’s Caribbean port, is in the process of installing rooftop solar panels totalling 2.2 MW atop one of its facilities, the Colombian national infrastructure agency ANI has said. With an estimated annual output of up to 3.2 million kWh, the solar array will generate enough electricity to power cranes, refrigerators and air conditioning systems, among others. According to ANI, about 10% of the terminal’s energy needs will be met with renewables.

Source: Renewablesnow