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BRAZIL: GE Renewable Energy will supply utility Engie 144 turbines with a combined capacity of 360MW for a cluster of wind farms in the eastern state of Bahía.
AMERICAS: Goldwind Americas' CEO David Halligan will leave the company to launch a new renewable energy venture focussed on distributed and digital energy solutions.
CHILE: A report into Chile's energy infrastructure and policy has found the South American country to be a prime investment opportunity, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
CHILE: The Renewable Energy Association of Chile (Acera) has backed calls for sourcing 100% of its electricity by 2040, on the back of an "ambitious" new government.
BRAZIL: Energy regulator Aneel has awarded power purchase agreements (PPA) to a combined capacity of 1,378MW of wind in its latest tender, held on 20 December.
ARGENTINA: The energy and mines ministry has awarded power supply contracts to four new wind projects to conclude the second round of its Renovar series of renewable energy tenders.