Hydropower plant in Brazil begins operations

The 25 MW Paracambi hydroelectric power plant in Brazil began commercial operations, according to BNamericas.

The project was completed after 30 months of construction and $99 million in investments, the article said. Brazilian utility Light owns 51 percent of the plant, and Cemig (NYSE: CIG) owns the rest.

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