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EDP opens 3.8 MWp solar park in Brazil




EDP Brasil has cut the ribbon on its 3.8-MWp solar complex in Tremembe, Sao Paulo state. The project, which includes three 1.27 MWp solar plants, cost BRL 19.1 million (USD 3.9m/EUR 3.6m). It features 5,832 bifacial solar panels spread across an area of 10 hectares, capable of generating enough electricity to power around 3,400 households. As part of EDP's solar energy growth strategy in Brazil, the company has set a goal of having 530 MWp of DG capacity installed by 2026, with an investment of BRL 2.3 billion. The project currently has 87 DG solar farms, 48 of which are already in operation.

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