Brazil increased its power generation capacity by 347MW in March, with new plants starting operations, according to regulator Aneel.
The 0.2pc monthly expansion in capacity was led by thermoelectric plants, which accounted for 36pc of the increase, followed by solar with 29pc, wind with 21pc and small hydroelectric plants with 14pc. The country expanded its capacity by 1,367MW during the first quarter of 2022.
The increases led Brazil to reach a total 182,841MW in installed capacity. (argusmedia.com)
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