Dya's 60MW for Brazil PV auction

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An existing solar array in Brazil

Brazilian PV panel assembler Dya Energia Solar is seeking registration of two 30MW solar power plants in the state of Minas Gerais.

According to power regulator Aneel, Dya's parent company, industrial group Koch, filed for registration of the Martinho Campos I and Martinho Campos II projects.

This is the latest in a series of medium-sized PV projects, ranging from 10MW to 30MW, to seek registration ahead of a solar auction that the government is preparing for the end of the third quarter.

Earlier this month, Brilhante Projetos filed documents to seek registration for 39MW.

In March, two operators started preparing special-purpose companies for three PV projects with combined capacity of 90MW.

Brazil's total operating installed PV capacity stands at 9.3MW.

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