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Brazilian power firm Neoenergia will increase its installed generating capacity by 150% over the next five years, as large-scale hydroelectric projects come online.
In an operations report, the company said its generation park would increase to 4.05GW over the period from 1.63GW today.
The project pipeline also includes the Calango 6 (30MW), Santana I (30MW) and Santana 2 (24MW) wind farms.
Capacity growth corresponds to the firm's participation in each project, the report said.
Neoenergia posted a 97% year-on-year fall in second quarter profit to 6.8mn reais (US$3mn), due to losses in its distribution segment.