Jun 8, 2012 - Brazil's energy sector regulator Aneel has received a request for an installation licence for a 31 MW solar plant and its respective transmission system, Aneel said.
The photovoltaic (PV) project, dubbed Jaiba, was submitted by local CEI Solar Empreendimentos Energeticos, which seeks to explore it as independent energy producer.
If the project gets approval, the unit will be installed in the Jaiba municipality, in southeastern Minas Gerais state.
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