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ANALYSIS: Brazil's grid bottlenecks strike again as wind feels the pinch

ANALYSIS: Brazil's grid bottlenecks strike again as wind feels the pinch

Brazil's transmission bottlenecks returned with a vengeance as a factor in its latest power tender, forcing wind developers to compete more strongly for grid-connection points than for power purchase agreements (PPAs) and pushing the nascent solar industry to more densely-connected regions of the country, where land is more expensive.

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