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Brazil Wind Farms

The southern Brazil city of Osorio is set to build three wind farms, to come online in 2006. The three wind farms will compose a wind generation complex that will rank as the largest in Latin America, and the second largest in the world. The project will have the capacity of generating 150 MW of electric energy, more than five times Brazil's current wind generation capacity of 28.6 MW. The wind complex is part of a $4B investment project from the Ministry of Mines and Energy, covering wind, biomass and small-scale hydro power.


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