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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.

Maersk Training wins Global Wind Organisation awards

Maersk Training has won two Global Wind Organisation Safety and Training awards at this year’s WindEurope Electric City conference in Copenhagen.

EDP to accelerate green hydrogen deployment with a 1.5GW pledge

EDP has pledged to deploy 1.5GW of green hydrogen capacity by 2030 to help increase the use of the low-carbon energy resource.

EDP opens its largest solar project in Brazil

A 252 MWdc solar PV plant has been inaugurated in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, EDP Renewable's largest solar power plant in the country.

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.

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.


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.

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.


UK company National Grid has announced a joint venture with Electrobras, the Brazilian electricity utility, to develop the country`s expanding power transmission network.


The new governor-elect of Minas Gerais state is disputing the legality of the 1997 sale of 33 per cent of state-owned generator Cemig to a Southern Energy-AES consortium. Sr. Itamar Franco has also pledged to prevent further sale of Cemig stock.