Campinas - Marimbondo II Line, Brazil
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Campinas – Marimbondo II Line, Brazil

By Carmen 15 Sep 2021

Campinas – Marimbondo II Line is a 500kV overhead line with a length of 367km from Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil, to Marimbondo, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The project is expected to be commissioned in 2030.

Description

Campinas – Marimbondo II Line is an overhead line that will be operated by Operador Nacional do Sistema Eletrico. The line will carry alternating current (AC) through single circuit cable.

Campinas – Marimbondo II Line project development status

The construction works on the Campinas – Marimbondo II Line project will be commenced in 2028 and commissioning is expected in 2030.

About Operador Nacional do Sistema Eletrico

Operador Nacional do Sistema Eletrico (ONS) is a non-profit civil association. The company is engaged in coordinating and monitoring of transmission, generation and distribution of electric power in National Interconnected System (NIS). It perform its operation under the supervision and regulation of the Electric Energy National Agency (ANEEL). ONS is headquartered in Brazil.

Methodology

All publicly-announced T&D Line & Substation projects included in this analysis are drawn from GlobalData’s Power IC. The information regarding the projects is sourced through secondary information sources such as country specific utility players, company news and reports, statistical organisations, regulatory body, government planning reports and their publications and is further validated through primary from various stakeholders such as power utility companies, consultants, energy associations of respective countries, government bodies and professionals from leading players in the power sector.

Carmen

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