Brazil’s state utility Companhia Hidro Eletrica do Sao Francisco (Chesf) and Brennand Energia confirmed the jointly-owned Sento Se wind park has come on line.

The wind park, which is located in Bahia state, comprises three separate wind farms, and has a total installed capacity of 90 MW.

Chesf confirms that the wind facility will be able to supply electricity to around 300,000 homes, reports SeeNews.

Brennand Energia owns 51 per cent of the wind park, while Chesf holds a 49 per cent share.

The turbines installed at Sento Se were supplied by Denmark’s Vestas, and include ten V90-3.0 MW and 30 V100-2.0 MW.

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