Wind power project in Brazil begins operations

Brazilian power company Eletrosul started the 90 MW Cerro Chato wind farm in Brazil, according to BNamericas. Eletrosul is a subsidiary of Eletrobras (NYSE: EBR).

The $213 million plant uses 45 wind turbines. An additional 21 wind farms are expected to be complete by 2014 with a combined installed capacity of 492 MW, the article said.

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