Brazilian telecom giant The Claro Group has signed a power purchase agreement with Engie Brasil for 30 MW of output from its Campo Largo Wind Farm in the Brazilian state of Bahia.

According to Engie, the completely digitally executed and signed contract enables the construction of the second phase of the project.

Located in the municipalities of Umburanas and Sento Sé, the Campo Largo Wind Farm has a development potential of 686.7 MW, with Phase 1 consisting of 326.7 MW across 11 farms, which will be operational by the end of the year.

Phase 2, for which the PPA was signed, is designed to have an installed capacity of 360 MW, which will require an investment estimated at R$1.7 billion ($440 million).

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