Bahia wind projects start operating
Brazilian power regulator Agência Nacional de Energia Elétrica (ANEEL) has allowed operations to start at four wind energy plants in Bahia state. All the plants are owned by Brazil Energy, according to Brazil's Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management. The projects entailed a total investment of BRL281.6mn (USD72.2mn). The 17-turbine Inhambu, 15-turbine Corrupiao, nine-turbine Teiu and seven-turbine Angelical plants have capacities of 31.34MW, 27.75MW, 16.65MW and 12.95MW, respectively.
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