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Windtech International May June 2024 issue






Corio Generation and Brazilian port developer Prumo have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore the use of the Port of Açu, north of Rio de Janeiro, for the deployment of Corio’s future wind projects.

Corio aims to develop five Brazilian offshore wind farms totaling up to 6 gigawatts (GW). Sites for the proposed fixed-bottom wind farms in Brazil, each around 1.2 GW in size, have been identified in the country’s northeastern, southeastern, and southern maritime areas.

The Port of Açu is a deepwater and private industrial port complex in Latin America, situated in close proximity to the proposed wind farm sites. The MOU between Corio and Prumo will involve exploring the use of the Port of Açu as a strategic base for Corio’s offshore wind deployment, including the potential reservation of a dedicated area for future wind farm installation, operation, and maintenance.

Corio is developing its proposed 6 GW portfolio of fixed-bottom offshore wind projects in Brazil in partnership with Servtec, a Brazilian power generation company.
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