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First wind farm in Peru

The Ministry of Energy and Mines has agreed to build the first wind farm in Peru.

According to the Latin American Wind Energy Association (LAWEA), this South American country boasts an “amazing” wind potential.

The wind farm will be constructed in Pariñas district in the province of Talara (Piura) and will have an installed capacity of 30 megawatts.

Latin America is gradually ramping up its wind capacity and a lot of renewable energy developments taking place across the continent have a policy support.

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