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Brazil Planning For Another 300 MW Of Solar PV Energy

Brazil Planning For Another 300 MW Of Solar PV Energy | Engenharia de Energia | Scoop.it
Brazil, known for sand, soccer, and samba, is inching its way towards being an emerging global solar energy player, thanks to some recent action in the country.

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Looking at Recent Renewable Energy News in Brazil | The Energy Collective

Looking at Recent Renewable Energy News in Brazil | The Energy Collective | Engenharia de Energia | Scoop.it
Brazil, which has been a wind energy leader for a long time, has started to get going in the solar energy arena. In one recent week, it saw a tremendous surge of applications for solar power projects that totaled 392.4 MW.

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Actis swells Latin portfolio

Actis swells Latin portfolio | Engenharia de Energia | Scoop.it
UK equity outfit buys 60% of Brazilian outfit Atlantic Energias Renovaveis

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ERB to construct cogeneration project at Brazilian ethanol plant | Biomassmagazine.com

ERB to construct cogeneration project at Brazilian ethanol plant | Biomassmagazine.com | Engenharia de Energia | Scoop.it
Energias Renovaveis do Brasil has signed a contract to construct a cogeneration facility to produce power and steam from sugarcane bagasse biomass at an ethanol plant owned by SVAA, a joint venture of Dow Chemical and Mitsui & Co.

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Carbono Brasil

Carbono Brasil is a Brazilian organization committed to improving communication and research in the new environmentally sustainable technologies.

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