Siemens Gamesa in talks for $619-million wind deals in Brazil

Siemens Gamesa in talks for $619-million wind deals in Brazil Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is in final negotiations to supply about 700 megawatts of wind turbines for power plants in Brazil, according to people familiar with the talks. The orders may be worth as much as 2 billion reais ($619 million), according to estimates from Helena Chung, an analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. The deals are to supply equipment for projects that Voltalia, EDP Renovaveis, Enel Green Power, and Neoenergia are developing in northeast Brazil. Livemint reports. Brazil police request Temer answer questions in alleged graft probe Brazilian police have requested that President Michel Temer answers 50 questions as part of an investigation into alleged corruption involving a decree […]

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