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Morro do Chapéu Sul II Wind Project, Brazil

Morro do Chapéu Sul II Wind Project, Brazil

Plant under construction

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The project

Spreading green energy throughout Brazil

The Morro do Chapéu Sul II wind facility, which consists of 84 wind turbines, is located in the state of Bahia, in northeastern Brazil. It is the second such project in the municipality of Morro do Chapéu and is contributing, together with the 172 MW of Morro do Chapéu Sul I, to a greener world through clean energy production. Once it is fully up and running, the 353 MW facility will be able to generate over 1.8 TWh per year while avoiding the emission of over 992 thousand tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.

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Technology

Wind

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Status

Under construction/In operation

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Capacity

353 MW

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Energy production

1.8 TWh annually  

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CO2 Emissions avoided

992,000 tons annually  

 

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Milestones

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Work progress status

Status of construction phase

Every day, our team of engineers, technicians, construction workers, and subcontractors in the Morro do Chapéu Sul are working in compliance with Enel Green Power’s safety guidelines. 

Status of the construction phase 85%

Status of the construction phase 85% Total

Current site workers 781

Current site workers 781 Last update – November 2021

Peak of site workers 1562

Peak of site workers 1562 June 2021

Total number of site workers 2833

Total number of site workers 2833 Last update – November 2021

Workers from local communities 50%

Workers from local communities 50% Around

Female workers 4%

Female workers 4% Around

Working hours +2.5kk

Working hours +2.5kk Last update – November 2021

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