Brazil launches new mega solar plant with Enel Green Power

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The first section of São Gonçalo, South America’s largest solar PV facility, started operations more than a year ahead of the deadline set by the rules of the 2017 A-4 public tender, which awarded the project to EGP

Enel invested 1.4 billion Brazilian reais, equivalent to around 390 million US dollars, in the construction of the 475 MW section

Enel is investing around 422 million Brazilian reais, equivalent to approx. 110 million US dollars, in the construction of the 133 MW extension of the plant which will bring the overall capacity of São Gonçalo to 608 MW

GO ECO GREEN21 – The Enel Group’s Brazilian renewable energy subsidiary Enel Green Power Brasil Participações Ltda. (“EGPB”) has started operations of the 475 MW section of São Gonçalo solar PV plant, located in São Gonçalo do Gurguéia, in Brazil’s northeastern state of Piauí. The connection to the…

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