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MILAN, Nov 6 (Reuters) - Italian renewable energy company Enel Green Power said on Thursday it had signed an agreement with Endesa Chile to supply renewable energy and sell green certificates.
The long-term contract will last about 20 years for two wind projects and about 25 years for three solar projects, it said.
The contract, which has an overall value of around $2.3 billion, will allow Enel Green Power Chile to develop wind and solar plants with an installed capacity of 307 megawatts at a cost of about $611 million, the company said.
Reporting by Stephen Jewkes, editing by Valentina Za