Brazil’s wind farms generated recor 12,805 MW, account for 105.9% of NE region

Wind farms in Brazil’s Northeast have generated 12,805 MW peak at 2216 local time on August 6, breaking the regional record. The volume produced by the wind farms at that time accounted for 105.9% of the regional need, the National Electric System Operator (ONS) said on Monday. Currently, wind power is Brazil’s third most common generation source, representing 10.9% of the national energy mix.

Source: Renewable Energy