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Brazil Will Invest $54 billion to Develop Electric Power in the Next Three Years

Number of visits: Date:8/17/2015 02:44:37

On August 11, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff announced in Brasilia, from 2015 to 2018, the Brazil government would invest about $ 54 billion for the development of electricity power. Among them, it included the $ 33.6 billion power plant construction, $ 20.2 billion construction of transmission projects. Rosoff said that these power projects would improve the infrastructure of Brazil, and would play an important role in promoting Brazil's economic growth.

Brazilian Mining and Energy Secretary Eduardo Braga said these power projects would help the power system in Brazil to increase 2from 25,000 to 31,500 MW of electricity and 37,600 km of new transmission lines. In addition to water and electricity, it also constructed thermal power plants, wind power and solar power plants to help adjust the structure of Brazilian energy, giving priority to the development of clean energy and renewable energy and diversify power generation. At the same time, the construction of these projects woould provide more employment opportunities for Brazil to accelerate the recovery of the economy in Brazil.
 

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