Brazil's Chesf taps Gamesa, Wobben

An existing Chesf wind farm in Brazil

An existing Chesf wind farm in Brazil

Brazil's biggest generator Chesf secured agreements for 127MW more wind power in the nation’s A-5 tender, held last week.

The three wind projects will use turbines from Wobben and Gamesa, Recharge has learned.

All the wind capacity won in the auction are extensions of previous projects that Chesf had gained in recent tender rounds.

The 51.3MW Sento Sé project will use machines from Enercon's subsidiary Wobben. The plant will be built in the state of Bahia in partnership with local developer Brennand Energia.

Along with private investor Sequoia Capital, Chesf won another 24MW in Bahia, where the Pindaí project will deploy Gamesa's machines.

In the giant Casa Nova wind project, also in Bahia, the total capacity was raised to 232MW, Log in to read complete article.

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