Rio Energy invests in renewable projects in Brazil

Rio Energy invests in investments of renewable projects in Brazil, both for the free market and for the regulated market. At an energy source auction, the company sold a wind energy project, and half was destined for the free market.

In an interview for Valor Economico newspaper, the CFO and new business of Rio Energy, Roberto Colindres, said that the company is studying the best forms of financing for developments of these ventures. He also stressed that they do not know whether they will work with their own or third-party marketing.

Currently, in Brazil, wind power has an installed capacity of 12,763 megawatts distributed in 458 wind farms and is responsible for 8% of the country's energy power. The production of clean energy is high, and in addition, are beneficial for the environment that is the vast richness of Brazil.

Follow the Offshore Panorama portal and get inside everything that involves the oil, gas, energy, biofuel, onshore and Offshore markets. Remember: Your business comes through here! Go to: and


13 thoughts on “Rio Energy invests in renewable projects in Brazil

Leave a Reply