Brazil's power sector regulator Aneel has authorised two wind energy plants with a combined capacity of 42 MW to start commercial operations.
According to Brazil's Ministry of Planning, the total investment in these plants is more than BRL 120 million (USD 33.6m/EUR 30m).
More details on the renewable farms are available in the table below.
(BRL 1 = USD 0.281/EUR 0.251)
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