Brazil's power sector regulator Aneel gave approval for five wind power plants of Enel SpA (BIT:ENEL) with a combined capacity of roughly 124 MW to begin commercial operations.
More details on the power plants, all in the state of Bahia, are available in the table below.
The Defina plants belong to four different units, Enel Green Power Delfina A, C, D and E, and are part of the 180-MW Delfina wind complex, according to the company's website.
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