Atlantica V is a 30MW onshore wind power project. It is located in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in March 2014.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Onshore||30||30||–||Active||Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil||CPFL Energias Renovaveis; ERSA|
The project is developed and owned by CPFL Energias Renovaveis and ERSA. CPFL Energias Renovaveis has 61.9% stake in the project.
The project cost is $66.66m.
The project is currently active. The project got commissioned in March 2014.
Nordex was selected as the turbine supplier for the wind power project. The company provided 10 units of AW-116/3000 turbines, each with 3MW nameplate capacity.
Acciona Energia is the O&M contractor for the wind power project. The operation and maintenance contract commenced from 2014, for a period of 15 years.
About CPFL Energias Renovaveis
CPFL Energias Renovaveis SA (CPFL Energias), formerly known as ERSA – Energias Renovaveis SA, is engaged in the generation of renewable energy from renewable sources like wind, PCH (small hydroelectric plants), thermoelectric plants powered by sugar cane and solar. The company is primarily involved in the operation of small hydropower plants, biomass-fired power plants and wind power. CPFL Energias is headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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