Brazil is first Latin American country to potentially develop floating wind turbines

Brazil is committed to having 48% renewable energy in its energy mix by 2030, and one of the technologies that could help it achieve this is offshore wind, which the government will promote through a decree whose announcement has already received numerous proposals from those interested in developing this sector, several of which are floating offshore wind developers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A study carried out by the British consultancy OWC has identified 54 countries that are particularly suitable for developing floating wind power.

Among them is Brazil, whose government recently announced a decree allowing research and projects for offshore wind power generation, the first . . .

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