segunda-feira, 12 de junho, 2017

Sao Paulo puts into operation the first wind power generators in the State

The first two generators of wind energy in the State of São Paulo were put in operation today (9) in the municipality of Rosana (SP), region of Presidente Prudente (58 km distant of São Paulo). They are installed inside the area in the Plant Engineer Sergio Motta, also known as Porto Primavera. In a first moment, will be made electrical and mechanical tests, which should last for about 20 days. When in operation, the equipment will produce approximately 620 megawatts-hour (MWh) per year, energy that will be used in the internal consumption of the Porto Primavera power plant. "The deployment of photovoltaic plants and farms along the existing hydropower plants has advantages due to physical space and transmission infrastructure in place, which can provide a significant reduction in the cost of energy generated," said Assistant Secretary for renewable energy, Antonio Celso de Abreu, Jr. The wind generators are part of a program of research and development of the National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel) that aims to study the complementarities of energy solar, wind and hydro sources. The towers, which have 30 meters high and 10 meters long blades, were developed by Companhia Energética de Sao Paulo (Cesp), with the support of the State Secretariat for energy and mining. The design of complementary use of solar and wind energy to hydropower has your completion planned for August 2018 at an estimated cost of R $31,000,000. Also in the area of Porto Primavera, from the end of 2016, is already in operation the first photovoltaic plant of Brazil using the flexible and rigid plates technology in floating system.
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