Brazilian power firm unveils 2008-16 investment plan

Oct 24, 2007 02:00 AM

Brazilian power company Copel will invest reais 7 bn ($ 3.88 bn) under its 2008-16 business plan, the company said.
Copel's plans include the purchase of small hydro plants in Parana state, where the company operates, and buying the 156 MW Itiquira plant from US power company NRG Energy in Mato Grosso state, Copel CEO Rubens Ghilardi announced.

The company intends to boost its installed capacity 2.2 GW, including 311 MW in small hydros, 144 MW in coal-fired plants and 120 MW in renewables such as biomass. Another 1.4 GW will be added through a power auction.
Copel's biggest generation investment, the 361 MW Maua hydro plant, will start operations in 2011 and require reais 950 mm.

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