Iberdrola boosts Brazil’s wind capacity by 80 MW

Spanish company Iberdrola and Neoenergia of Brazil have completed the construction of three wind farms in the country, which total 80 MW.

The three wind farms are the 20 MW Mel II, the Caetite II and Caetite III, each with a capacity of 30 MW. All are located in the state of Rio Grande Do Norte.

The G90 turbines for the three wind projects were made and supplied by Gamesa, a leading Spanish wind turbine manufacturer, Efe reports.

Currently in Brazil Iberdrola, in partnership with Neoenergia in which it hold a 39 per cent stake, is developing ten wind farms, with a total capacity of 288 MW.

This represents the Calango wind complex, consisting of five wind farms totaling 150 MW, the Caetite complex (90 MW), consisting of three wind farms, the Mel II (20 MW) and Arizona I (28 MW).

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