The Brazilian Environmental State Council approved three solar photovoltaic projects last week with a total capacity of 2142 megawatts.One of the items is a 241.5 MW Quixere solar power plant proposed by Enel Green Power Brasil Particles Ltda.As part of it, Quixere City will install five deputy parks on 1102 hectares (272369 acres).The second and third programs approved at the Special Session of last Thursday (February 17) were the 1584 MW Jamea Leopards from Uruque Jaguaretama Energias RenovAveis Ltd. and 316.5 megabava Mali Photovoltaic Park.The 33 photovoltaic parks of Jaguaretama will cover nearly 5,000 hectares of land in the same name.Umari will consist of seven solar power plants, covering an area of 1267.65 hectares, located between Umari, ICO, and Lavras Da Mangabeira.UNEP pointed out that Koma’s approval was the conditions for the CEARA Environmental Supervision Agency Semace issued a license.

Brazil Ceara approves more than 2 GW Solar Project