Aneel permite a Omega posponer la entrada en operación de tres eólicas

25 de marzo 2014 - La Agencia Nacional de la Energía Eléctrica (Aneel), entidad reguladora del mercado energético en Brasil, ha permitido a la firma local Omega Energia Renovavel posponer la entrada en operación de tres parques eólicos cuya producción sumará 118 MW.

Seenews precisa que las plantas aludidas son la de Porto das Barcas (30 MW), Porto Salgado (18 MW) y Delta do Parnaiba (70 MW), todas ellas localizadas en el estado de Piaui, en el norte del país.

Las centrales empezarán a funcionar respectivamente los próximos 13 de junio, 8 de julio y 20 de junio.

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