In Brazil, Enel Green Power Brasil Participações has expanded its 475MW São Gonçalo photo voltaic PV plant with a further 133MW of capability.
The utility has introduced the operation of the brand new 133MW part of South America’s largest photo voltaic PV facility.
Enel invested €100 million ($121.6 million) within the development of the second part of its São Gonçalo photo voltaic park.
The power firm is investing €142 million ($172.6 million) in direction of the development of a brand new 256MW extension of São Gonçalo.
This will carry the general capability of the park São Gonçalo to 864MW, making it Enel’s largest energy technology facility beneath development worldwide.
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The new 256MW enlargement is predicted to start out operation in 2021.
The complete 864MW São Gonçalo photo voltaic park can be comprised of greater than 2.2 million photo voltaic panels and, as soon as totally up and working, can be able to producing greater than 2.2TWh yearly, avoiding the emission of over 1.2 million tons of CO2 into the environment annually.
The photo voltaic plant is situated within the municipality of São Gonçalo do Gurguéia, in Brazil’s northeastern state of Piauí.
Salvatore Bernabei, CEO of Enel Green Power and head of Enel’s international energy technology enterprise line, mentioned: “Bringing on-line the primary enlargement of our record-breaking São Gonçalo photo voltaic park is a significant step ahead for Enel in Brazil, strengthening our place as leaders within the nation’s photo voltaic technology market.
“Despite the challenges imposed by the present state of affairs, we not too long ago began development of 1.3GW of renewable capability in Brazil, which features a new 256MW part of the São Gonçalo photo voltaic park. We stay dedicated to additional contributing to the nation’s rising electrical energy sector and main the inexperienced restoration in Brazil as we now have been doing worldwide.”
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In Brazil, the Enel Group, via its subsidiaries EGPB and Enel Brasil, has a complete renewable put in capability of over three.4GW, of which 1,210MW are wind, 979MW photo voltaic and 1,269MW hydroelectric.
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