Odebrecht Energia, the power arm of Brazilian construction firm Odebrecht, has received approval to continue with its Corredor do Senandes wind power complex, it has been reported.

The project’s first phase includes the construction of four farms with a combined installed capacity of 108 MW, local daily Valor Economico reports.

The farms, dubbed Corredor do Senandes II, III, IV and Vento Aragano I, will be located in the Rio Grande municipality in the south of the Rio Grande do Sul state.

The permit allows the Odebrecht Energia to begin the project’s implementation, which is scheduled to start next month.

The investment for the project is reported to be $197.4m.

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