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Brazil to launch major wind sale

Anyone looking to own a wind turbine in Brazil could soon get their chance, as state-owned Eletrobras will be auctioning off a large number of its operational wind assets this year.

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Brazil's state-owned energy major Eletrobras will launch a sale from its portfolio of wind turbines this June, according to several media.

Since the first national wind power auctions in 2009, the firm has compiled an array of ownership stakes between 49 and 99.9 percent in particular companies, of which most own spinning wind turbines. These stakes will now be auctioned off along with several transmission companies.

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