Brazilian Creral to construct 7.3 MW of solar farms in South, Southeast

Apr 7, 2021 12:30 PM ET
  • Brazilian cooperative Creral Cooperativa de Geracao de Energia e Desenvolvimento has begun building and construction works on 7.35 MW of distributed generation (DG) solar farms.

According to the business's president, Joao Alderi, Creral is spending more than BRL 30 million (USD 5.3 m/EUR 4.5 m) in the construction of 6 photovoltaic or pv (PV) parks in Rio Grande do Sul as well as Sao Paulo states. All the assets are set to start power generation by the end of the very first fifty percent of the year.

In Rio Grande do Sul, Creral is developing the Sao Sepe 1, 2 and also 3 plants in an area of 4.2 hectares (10.3 acres). With 8,496 solar panels in total, the PV setups have a consolidated generation capability of 3.45 MWp.

At the same time, the cooperative is working on the Iacanga 3, 4 and also 5 solar systems. Treatment a 9-hectare (22.2 acres) area in Sao Paulo, these PV plants will certainly include 9,408 panels, which stand for a general capacity of approximately 3.9 MWp.

Both Sao Sepe and also Iacanga currently have ten-year contracts for the delivery of their outcome, Creral kept in mind.