Brazil achieves new record for electricity generated by wind power, as the country looks to a mix of renewables in order to make its energy mix cleaner and more reliable.
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A wind farm at Rio do Fogo in Brazil’s northeastern region of Rio Grande do Norte. The country’s wind energy sector is bigger than ever and is set to continue growing. Photo courtesy of Flickr / the Danish Wind Industry Association.
Brazil’s wind energy sector is reaching new heights as the country aims to diversify its energy mix and become more resilient against the effects of climate change. Brazil has added more than 1.6GW of wind turbines to the national grid since the start of 2015, and on November 2nd it set a new record for electricity…
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