Wind power project in Brazil breaks ground

Iberdrola SA said it started building the 150 MW Calango wind power project in Brazil’s Rio Grande do Norte state, according to Bloomberg.

The project is divided into five, 30 MW wind farms using Gamesa wind turbines, the article said. The project is expected to begin operating at the end of 2013.

Iberdrola and Neoenergia are building 10 projects totaling 288 MW in Latin America, the article said. Iberdrola has a 39 percent share in Neoenergia.

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