Eolica Faisa Approved to Start 27-Megawatt Wind Plant in Brazil

Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) — Eolica Faisa V Geracao &
Comercializacao de Energia SA, a Brazilian energy provider,
received approval to start a wind farm with 27.3 megawatts of
capacity in the country’s northeast.

Brazil’s electricity regulator, known as Aneel, authorized
the start of the Faisa V wind farm in the state of Ceara,
according to the government’s official gazette yesterday.

Eolica Faisa V didn’t immediately respond to an e-mailed
request for comment.

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Tina Davis, Peter Millard

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