After six months of works, Enerland Group completes construction of 14,3 MWp photovoltaic plant Caimán Cienaguero, for the client Greenyellow.


Multinational company Enerland Group continues to consolidate in Colombia. After the construction of photovoltaic plants La Tolúa (26,2 MWp) and Tierra Linda (12,7 MWp) at the beginning of the year, the renewable power company recently completed the construction on its fourth solar plant in the country, Caimán Cienaguero. This park, that has a peak power of 14,3 MWp, came into operation on November 2023 for the client Greenyellow.

During the seven months of works that the construction took, a total of 22.000 solar modules were installed over a 20 hectare land. 170 direct and indirect jobs were created for this execution.

It is estimated that the plant will generate 26.400 MWh of renewable power per year: this energy is the equivalent to the planting of more than 399.000 new trees in the region. It will also avoid the emission of 13.000 annual tons of polluting gases to the atmosphere, contributing to a sustainable development of the country.

” With the entry into operation of this project, as Enerland we achieve a new milestone for the energy transition of the country. We proudly support our clients, such as Greenyellow, to consolidate and achieve their goals, facing the numerous challenges of the sector. We will continue to work with conviction and dedication to achieve a clean energy matrix for Colombia”. Óscar Berrío – Country manager, Enerland Group Colombia.


Corporate Social Responsibility in Colombia


Enerland not only supports the development of renewable sources. We also want to secure a sustainable future, both environmentally and socially respectful, through good practices implemented in every country that we actively operate in.

This 2023, our Colombian team completed construction of five solar plants through the “turnkey” service for different clients in the region. The company will put into operation more than 100 MWp of renewable energy that will be injected into the grid this year.