Comienza a operar una central a biomasa de 40 MW en Brasil

La Agencia Nacional de la Energía Eléctrica (Aneel), entidad reguladora del mercado energético de Brasil, ha autorizado a la firma Usina Santo Angelo iniciar la operación comercial de una central a biomasa de 40 MW.

Seenews destaca que la planta se ubica en el estado de Minas Gerais y cuenta con dos unidades: una de 10 MW y otra de 30 MW. La planta funciona mediante la combustión del bagazo de caña de azúcar.

Aparte, Aneel autorizó a Alupar Investimento la realización de pruebas de la hidroeléctrica Ferreira Gomes, que alcanzará los 252 MW una vez finalizadas las obras.

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