National power sector regulator Aneel okayed recently 10 renewable power plants with a combined capacity of roughly 182 MW to commence commercial or test operations.
More details on the power plants are available in the table below.
The Santa Regina, Sao Vicente and Sao Adriano plants were allowed to start commercial operations, while the remaining seven received the go-ahead for test operations.
After the test period, if the seven plants present positive results, they will also be cleared to commence commercial operations, according to Aneel's documents.
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