Wind Power: Multi-Billion Investments to Farm Brazil’s Productive Winds

This is a renewable source and considered the cheapest in the country since 2017; despite the drop in demand for energy, installed capacity should grow by 35 percent until 2024.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil cannot complain about the abundance of natural resources at its disposal. In power generation, the country has always enjoyed the waters, a renewable matrix, with the hydroelectric plants, for being the most viable - and also the cheapest.

Despite the abundance, Brazil has faced serious energy crises in its recent . . .

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