Alstom has met the local content rules set out by the Brazilian development bank BNDES, becoming the third company to achieve compliance with the regulations.

The French multinational power group follows Argentina’s Impsa and Spain’s Gamesa in reaching the latest set of local-content requirements, which BNDES unveiled at the end of last year.
Alstom turbine
Now that Alstom has matched Brazil’s requirements, developers using their turbines can gain access to the cheapest finance terms available from BNDES.

“The challenge was to enframe our most modern turbine models into the local content rules,” Roberto Miranda, Alstom’s global power sales director, told Recharge News, referring to its ECO 110 and ECO 122 machines.

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