Enerfin targets wind power expansion in Brazil

Enerfin, the renewable energy subsidiary of Spanish power company Elecnor, is planning to expand its operations in Brazil with new wind projects in the northern states of Maranhao and Piaui.

The projects will require an investment over $850m, reports Seenews.

Enerfin is also interested in developing wind projects in other states, such as Rio Grande do Norte, Ceara and Bahia, which are known for their wind power potential.

Enerfin currently operates wind farms in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.

The renewable energy company is also considering entering the Brazilian solar power generation market. The firm has already applied for registration to participate in the Pernambuco state government’s solar power auction being held on 20 December, reports Seenews.

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