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ABB to provide automation upgrade at Copel hydroelectric plant in Brazil

ABB has won a $2.5m contract to provide excitation systems and speed regulation for four generator units at the 20-year-old Governador José Richa hydro...

Valmet delivers key technology for Bracell’s new pulp mill in Brazil

Valmet has been chosen to deliver key technology for Bracell's project to build a new pulp production line at the mill located in Lenàƒ§àƒ³is...

Nebras Power acquires majority stake in Brazilian solar projects

Nebras Power Investment Management, a Dutch affiliate of Qatar-headquartered Nebras Power, has acquired an 80 per cent stake in a portfolio of four major...

GE confirms first Cypress wind deal in Brazil

GE Renewable Energy has signed an onshore wind contract with EDF Renewables in Brazil to deliver GE's Cypress platform, the company's largest onshore wind...

Brazil gets first certified Green Bond for solar energy

Global inspection and certification company Bureau Veritas has verified the first certified Green Bond for solar energy in Brazil.

Brazil windfarm marks biggest ever contract for Nordex

German windpower group Nordex has won its biggest ever single contract: for 191 turbines at a 595 MW windfarm in Brazil.

Brazil grid operator readies for World Cup challenge

Brazil's national grid operator ONS has been preparing its infrastructure to cope with the challenges associated with power fluctuations expected as a result of this month's World Cup football tournament in Russia.

Enel wins battle for Brazilian utility

A bidding war for $2bn-valued Eletropaulo between Enel and Iberdrola has seen the former come out on top.

Engie to open new renewables innovation centre in Brazil

Engie is to open a research centre in Brazil to act as the company's regional hub for innovations in wind, solar, biogas and hydrogen projects as well as new technologies for Smart Cities.

China’s State Power looks to expand in Brazil with $2bn deal

China's State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC) is looking for new Brazilian acquisition targets, having already paid $2bn for a license to operate a hydroelectric power plant in the country last September.