Brazil announces new tenders in December

After a two-year dry spell, the major wind nation is once again ready to host tenders for wind farms set to begin operations in 2021.

Following a two-year period, in which Brazil awarded zero new contracts, the country is now proposing the completion of two tenders this December, where developers can bid on wind and solar power projects as well as projects based on other technologies, reports Recharge.

The two bidding rounds have been named A-4, set to become operational in 2021, and A-6, set to begin operations in 2023. Wind and solar projects will be offered a 20-year power purchasing agreement.

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