Aug 22, 2011 - Spanish diversified group Elecnor (MCE:ENO) announced that it had secured a contract to install 28 MW of wind power capacity in Brazil.
The project, to include 14 wind turbines, calls for an investment of BRL 104 million (USD 65m/EUR 45m).
Early in August, Elecnor secured EUR 198 million (USD 285m) in funding for the development of three wind power projects in Brazil.
(BRL 1.0 = USD 0.625/EUR 0.434)
(EUR 1.0 = USD 1.441)
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