Sistema de Energia Renovavel (SER) plans to install 600 MW of solar power capapcity in the next ten years in the Brazilian states of Bahia, Paraíba, Rio Grande do Norte y Ceara.
The first plant, with an installed capacity of 5 MW, will be built next year, although SER is still exploring its exact location.
SER is jointly owned by Manserv of Brazil and Spain’s Assyce.
The solar panels will be imported, but David Pereira, director of Energy for Manserv, told Energias Renovables.that “in the future, we could explore the possibility of signing a deal with a local factory in Brazil.”
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