Brasil dará prioridad a varios proyectos eólicos que suman 55 MW

El Ministerio de Energía de Brasil ha aprobado tres proyectos eólicos considerados prioritarios para la política energética del país. Entre todos sumarán 55 MW. Las plantas se construirán en el estado de Río Grande do Sul, informa Seenews.

La firma local Companhia Estadual de Energia Eletrica (CEEE) se ocupará de los proyectos. La empresa obtuvo su concesión en la subasta A-3, que se celebró en noviembre de 2013.

Las centrales a construir son las de Fazenda Vera Cruz (22,5 MW), Povo Novo (7,5 MW) y Curupira (25 MW). Todas ellas generarán energía empleando aerogeneradores de 2,5 MW.

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