There can be no doubt that Brazil has done a great job in moving away from those contaminating fossil fuels. As an example, in 2009 Brazil produced an astonishing 85% of its electricity from renewable resources.… Read the rest
While we all may be gripped in World Cup Fever in Brazil, wind project deals stop for no-one, not even the semi-finals.
It has just been announced that Alstom have signed a contract with Brazil’s largest private power generator, Tractebel Energia Brasil to supply 36 ECO 122 wind turbines tom the Trairí II project; a wind farm located in Ceará State, Northeast of Brazil.… Read the rest
When one thinks of growth markets for wind investment, countries like Germany, China, Scotland and the United States come to mind. But South America is one of the fastest growing markets for the wind energy industry.… Read the rest
Brazil is a country not without its problems, but in one area it is rich; renewable energy. It has many rivers that carry more fresh water than any other country in the world, and so unsurprisingly has developed a lot of hydropower for its energy needs.… Read the rest