Agent Login
Welcome to Tambaba Country Resort agent login, you will require a username and password to enter this section of the site
close
User Name: Password:
 
login


News image

Paraíba, the largest wind power complex in Latin America

23/10/2018
Iberdrola will build the largest renewable energy project in Latin America in the northeast of Brazil: The complex of Paraíba, will be the largest land-based wind farm in Latin America once it enters into operation in 2022/2023. This large renewable facility will be located next to the town of Santa Luzia, in one of the windiest areas of the Americas, and will consist of a total of 18 wind farms, of which three are already in operation -Canoas, Lagoa I and Lagoa II- and 15 others are in different stages of development, Iberdroal announced in a press release. Paraíba will reach a total installed power of 565.5 MW thanks to a total of 181 wind turbines with the following characteristics: – 136 SG132 wind turbines, with 3.4 MW unit power, one of the most modern and efficient wind turbines on the market, with 65-meter long blades. – 45 wind turbines of model G114, of 2.1 MW of unit power. This project will favour the creation of local employment thanks to a forecast of hiring more than 1,200 workers during the construction works.
Recent News
23/10/18
Paraíba, the largest wind power complex in Latin America
more>
16/10/18
Trump trade war delivers farm boom in Brazil
more>
06/09/18
More plans for big solar parks unveiled
more>
09/08/18
Protected areas could help boost Brazil's national economy, study finds
more>
06/08/18
FGTS threshold to finance homes increased to 1.5M reais
more>
30/07/18
Brazil Residential Sale Prices Stable in June
more>
25/07/18
Brazil homebuilder MRV to boost housing starts after hitting profit estimates
more>
24/07/18
China Expands Brazil Frontier as Investment Grows
more>
05/04/18
Yellow, Bike-share start up in Brazil
more>
22/03/18
Brazil designates two new marine protected areas
more>
19/03/18
Siemens to triple investments in Brazil
more>
20/02/18
UK agrees sale of HMS Ocean to Brazil
more>

Archive