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These news and opinion items are gathered by National Wind Watch to help keep readers informed about developments related to industrial wind energy. They do not necessarily reflect the opinions of National Wind Watch. They are the products of and owned by the organizations or individuals noted and are shared here according to “fair use” and “fair dealing” provisions of copyright law.


October 29, 2018 • ArgentinaPrint storyE-mail story

Mapuche demand end to Chinese wind energy project for Bariloche

BUENOS AIRES – A Chinese renewable energy investment in Patagonia was halted after no agreement could be reached with the small Mapuche community living where the wind turbines were going to be installed. China’s Envision Energy SA had vowed to invest 56.7 million US dollars in Cerro Alto in the province of Rio Negro, 85 kilometers from Bariloche. In 2016 the company had won the tender in the first round of the RenovAr programme. The plan included 28 wind turbines . . . Complete story »


May 30, 2018 • Americas, Argentina, Brazil, MexicoPrint storyE-mail story

Latin American land owners are fighting to keep power lines out

Gilson Denardin always hated the towering transmission lines crisscrossing his farm in northeastern Brazil. So when he caught wind of plans to put up two more sets of wires, he decided to put up a fight. “It’s awful,” said the owner of 7,400 acres of farmland in Brazil’s Northeast. “My land loses its value with so many power lines.” Denardin is leading a local movement to force power companies to pay farmers more for their trouble, and he’s not alone . . . Complete story »


January 6, 2007 • ArgentinaPrint storyE-mail story

Japanese govt plans 600MW wind project in Patagonia — Argentina

Japan’s government has presented a 600MW wind power generation project for the Patagonia region to Argentina’s energy secretary Daniel Cameron, Argentine government news agency Telám reported. The prospective plant will call for the installation of 200 wind turbines with 3MW generation capacity each, covering northern Santa Cruz to southern Chubut province. The Japanese government wants a Japanese firm to construct the turbines; possible candidates include Nissan, Honda and Toyota. Further, the Japanese plan to install a 100m meteorological tower to . . . Complete story »


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