Brazil's power sector regulator Aneel approved on Tuesday 44.33 MW of projects that were successful in the A-6 tender held on October 18, 2019.
Specifically, three small hydropower plants (HPPs) received the green light. The tender awarded power purchase agreements (PPA) to projects that will commence supply on January 1, 2025.
More details on the contracted and now approved capacity are available in the table below.
With these new approvals, the watchdog has okayed 85 schemes out of 91 winning projects in total. Six schemes are still under review due to pending documentation.
In all, the tender contracted more than 250.14 million MWh of power at an average price of BRL 176.09 per MWh (USD 32/EUR 29.6).
(BRL 1 = USD 0.182/EUR 0.168)
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