Brazil: Wind energy can double in five years, says Economy Minister in Davos

In Davos, Guedes had a meeting on Tuesday with the Danish Vestas, the world's largest producer of wind turbines. The minister also said he had talks with the Spanish Iberdrola, which has also shown interest in Brazilian wind power.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes, told at breakfast this Wednesday, May 25, with interlocutors from Latin America and Asia that wind power in Brazil can leap, including with turbines at sea, the so-called offshore.

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