The installation of a photovoltaic solar plant should be completed by the end of this week in Uberlândia, Minas Gerais. The plant will consist of 628 solar power boards, and will be located next to the Mr. João Bittar Júnior Water Park, within the Sabiá Park, one of the city's main leisure spaces.
At the first moment of operation, all the energy generated will supply the water park, and then the entire Sabiá Park. The work will come out in the total amount of R $ 894 thousand, which will be funded by the city. In addition, the solar plant will have the capacity to produce 390 megawatts of power per year, which will supply 360 homes in this period.
In addition, it is estimated that the investment will relieve public coffers and bring savings of R$ 300,000 per year to uberlândia's management, within three years of the plant's inauguration.ACESSE AS REDES DA PANORAMA OFFSHORE: