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Key trends set to grow Brazil’s renewable energy landscape

Discover the key drivers in 2022 for Brazil’s energy transition towards renewable energy and a green economic recovery.

Statkraft ready to build 80MW wind power project in Brazil

Statkraft has closed a turbine supply contract with Nordex and is now ready to construct its Morro do Cruzeiro wind project in Brazil.

Mapping the geopolitical future of hydrogen

Hydrogen is considered key in the energy transition and could lead to significant geoeconomic and geopolitical shifts, according to IRENA.

GE Renewable Energy bags O&M contract for 210MW hydro plant in Brazil

GE Renewable Energy’s Hydro Solutions has signed a contract to provide full operations and maintenance for the 210MW Igarapava Hydroelectric Power Plant.

Siemens Energy to build 1.7GW combined-cycle plant in Brazil

Gás Natural Açu has ordered a turnkey combined cycle power plant from Siemens energy, to be built at Port of Açu in Rio de Janeiro.

Vattenfall to deliver Nordic hydropower to Neste’s sites in Finland

Vattenfall said it will deliver energy from its Nordic hydropower plants to Neste in Finland beginning 1 January 2022.

Boosting Brazil’s Networks

ABB plans to build two 1200 MW transmission systems in north and northeast Brazil which will reinforce the existing system, bringing reliability and stability to the grid.


The National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel) has given permission to the first three companies in the Wholesale Energy Market to begin operating. Electrobras will sell excess power from the Itaipu hydropower plant, while the Cien consortium will import power from Argentina. AES Sul will also participate. Aneel has received ten other requests to participate.

Brazil’s toughest challenge

Brazil's power crisis is having a severe impact on the country's economy, bringing downward revisions in growth forecasts. But the crisis could be good news for investors with numerous opportunities for generation and transmission capacity opening up.

Alstom meets Brazil’s regulations

Alstom has met the local content rules set out by the Brazilian development bank BNDES, becoming the third company to achieve compliance with the regulations.