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Brazil's Rio Grande do Norte state will bring online more than 100MW of wind capacity in the next month as a raft of projects enter their final construction phase, energy think-tank Cerne said on Tuesday.
Wind farms expected to begin operating by the end of December include Santana I (30MW), Santana II (24MW) and Calango 6 (30MW), according to a Cerne statement. Operated by Força Eólica do Brasil, the projects are located in the municipalities of Bodó and Lagoa Nova.
Cerne said Rio Grande do Norte's installed wind capacity stood at 3.2GW, the largest of any state in Brazil.