Brazil Energy Min includes three green energy projects in REIDI
(ADPnews) - Nov 9, 2010 - Brazil's Energy and Mines Ministry has included two wind farms and one small-scale hydroelectric power plant (HPP) in the Government's Incentive Regime for Infrastructure Development REIDI.
The first wind farm, EOL Campo Belo, will be installed by Campo Belo Energia Eolica in the Agua Doce municipality, southern Santa Catarina state. It will have a 10.5 MW capacity.
The 19.8 MW EOL Cabeco Preto, in turn, will be built in Joao Camara, northeastern Rio Grande do Norte state, by Gestamp Eolica Baixa Verde.
The HPP, dubbed PCH Marco Baldo, will have a potential of 16 MW. It will be constructed in the municipalities Braga and Campo Novo, in southernmost Rio Grande do Sul state, by Turvo Energia.
REIDI, launched in 2007, grants tax incentives to companies investing in infrastructure, transportation, sanitation and irrigation projects.