The project consists of the construction of a lookout point and open center for the promotion of Non-Conventional Renewable Energy (NCRE), and the dissemination of attractions and typical products from the Ovalle district. The space is under the management of the Municipality of Ovalle and also constitutes an observation point for the flora and wildlife, and of the historical and cultural heritage existing in the surroundings of the Talinay Wind Park (PET). It considers the installation of points of sale for local products manufactured by nearby communities; a registry of visitors and of their impact upon the sales of the local entrepreneurs, allowing an analysis on the part of the beneficiaries. Also, under assessment is the installation of an electric recharging point in the Lookout Point.
The space is already operational, but has not yet been officially inaugurated, which should take place during the 2nd semester of 2020. It is part of the PET Environmental Qualification Resolution (RCA) commitments and is located at the entrance to the plant, next to Ruta 5 Norte.
By providing information and fostering renewable energies and their technology, it is a contribution to ODS7, informing the different visitors to the viewpoint about the need for more clean sources of energy.
Even though the infrastructure has been built and may be visited, it has not yet been formally inaugurated, so no indicators have been implemented yet.