China’s SPIC and Recurrent Energy Launch 292MW Panati Solar Complex in Brazil

China's State Power Investment Corporation () and LLC have jointly inaugurated the Panati complex, a massive 292-megawatt peak (MWp) facility in Brazil, announced the northeastern Brazilian state of Ceara on Wednesday.

The project, representing an investment exceeding BRL 1 billion (USD 183.8 million / EUR 171 million), underscores a significant commitment to development in Brazil. Spanning the Jaguaretama municipality in Ceara, the solar complex is equipped with 446,000 solar modules and is poised to generate sufficient clean to meet the annual demand of approximately 350,000 local households.

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In a statement, the northeastern state highlighted the strategic importance of such investments in bolstering Brazil's renewable energy capacity and contributing to sustainability goals.

Recently, SPIC and Recurrent Energy also marked the inauguration of another substantial solar project in Brazil's Northeastern region. The first phase of the Marangatu Solar Complex, boasting 446 MWp, was launched on June 10, further solidifying their footprint in the Brazilian solar market.

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