List of power stations in Brazil - Wikipedia

List of power stations in Brazil is located in Brazil
Porto do Pecém
Porto do Pecém
Location of largest power stations in Brazil: Red pog.png Nuclear, Black pog.svg Coal/Oil/Gas, Blue pog.svgHydroelectric

The following page lists the power stations in Brazil.

Coal[edit]

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Year Commissioned Operator Notes Refs
Alegrete RS 66 1968 Tractebel Energia [1]
Charqueadas RS 72 1962-1969 Tractebel Energia [1][2]
Figueira PR 20 1963-1974 Cia Paranaense de Energia [1]
Jorge Lacerda SC 857 1965–1974, 1979–1980, 1996 Tractebel Energia [1]
Porto do Itaqui MA 365 2013 MPX Energia [1]
Porto do Pecém CE 03°34′58″S 38°52′30″W / 3.58278°S 38.87500°W / -3.58278; -38.87500 (Porto do Pecém) 720 2012 Energia Pecém [3]

Gas and oil fired[edit]

Station Community Coordinates Operator Capacity (MW) Year Notes Refs
Campos RJ Furnas 30 1968 [4][5]
Piratininga SP Empresa Metropolitana de Aguas e Energia 372 1954-1960
Presidente Vargas RJ Cia Siderurgica National 230 1999
Santa Cruz RJ 22°54′49″S 43°46′01″W / 22.91361°S 43.76694°W / -22.91361; -43.76694 (Santa Cruz) Furnas 350 1967-1973
Sao Goncalo RJ Furnas 33 1956-1961
Sol Coke Works ES Sol Coqueria Tubarão 198 2007 waste heat

Gas Turbines[edit]

Station Community Coordinates Operator Capacity (MW) Notes Refs
Aureliano Chaves (Ibirite) MG Ibiritermo SA 226 2002-2003 [6][7]
Barbosa Lima Sobrinho RJ Petrobras 384 2001 [6][8]
Camacari 347 2003 [9]
Fafen Energia (Camacari) BA Fafen Energia 134 2003 [6]
Luis Carlos Prestes MS Petrobas 368 2002-2012 [6]
Macae RJ Petrobras 920 2001-2002
Norte Fluminense RJ UTE Norte Fluminense 780 2003-2004 [6]
Parnaíba Complex MA Eneva 1,400 2013
Santa Cruz Repower RJ Furnas 514 2008
Termoaçu RN Petrobas 342 2007-2008 [6]
Termoaraucária PR Cia Paranaense de Energia Eletrica 480 2002 [6]
Termobahia BA Termobahia SA 190 2002
Termofortaleza CE Endesa Brasil 343 2003
Termo Norte-II RO Termo Norte Energia Ltda 360 2003 [6]
Termopernambuco PE Guaraniana SA 500 2004 [6]
TermoRio (Leonel Brizola) RJ 22°42′52″S 43°15′15″W / 22.71444°S 43.25417°W / -22.71444; -43.25417 (Leonel Brizola) TermoRio (Petrobras) 1,044 2004-2005 [6]
Uruguaiana RS AES São Paulo 520 2000 [6]

Internal combustion engines[edit]

Station Community Coordinates Operator Capacity (MW) Notes Refs
Aterro Uberlândia MG Energas Geração de Energia Ltda 5.6 [10]
Cristiano Rocha AM Rio Amazonas Energia SA 85.4 [10][11]
GERA AM Usina Geradora de Energia do Amazonas SA 83 [10][12]
Serra do Navio AP Amapari Energy 22.8 [10]
Sete Lagoas MG Cummins Brasil 66 [10]
Suape-II PE Energética Suape II SA 380 [10]

Nuclear[edit]

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Year Commissioned Operator Refs
Almirante Álvaro Alberto Nuclear Power Plant (Angra I, II) Itaorna Beach 23°00′28″S 44°27′32″W / 23.00778°S 44.45889°W / -23.00778; -44.45889 (Angra Nuclear Power Plant) 2007 1985, 2001 Eletronuclear [13]

Hydroelectric[edit]

Solar[edit]

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Operator Refs
Lapa Solar Park BA 158 Enel Green Power
Ituverava Solar Park BA 254 Enel Green Power
Horizonte Solar Park BA 103 Enel Green Power
Nova Olinda Solar Park PI 292 Enel Green Powe
Pirapora MG 400 EDF EN

Wind[edit]

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Operator Refs
Alto Sertão Wind Farm I BA 386
Alto Sertão Wind Farm II BA 293
Delta 3 Wind Farm MA 220
Osório Wind Farm RS 150
Trairi Wind Farm RS 125
Capão do Tigre Wind Farm RS 180
União dos Ventos Wind Farm RN 169
Morro dos Ventos Wind Farm RN 145
Agua Doce Wind Farm SC 142
Bons Ventos Wind Farm CE 138

See also[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Coal-Fired Plants in Brazil". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 4 May 2013. Archived from the original on 29 June 2013. Retrieved 21 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Charqueadas Coal Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 21 March 2014.
  3. ^ "pecem.brasil.edp.com". Archived from the original on 2019-10-18. Retrieved 2019-10-18.
  4. ^ "Gas- and Oil-fired Plants in Brazil". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 19 March 2011. Archived from the original on 18 July 2009. Retrieved 21 March 2014.
  5. ^ "Campos Thermal Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 21 March 2014.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "CCGT Plants in Brazil". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 30 March 2013. Archived from the original on 18 July 2009. Retrieved 21 March 2014.
  7. ^ "Aureliano Chaves (Ibirite) CCGT Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 21 March 2014.
  8. ^ "Barbosa Lima Sobrinho Gas Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
  9. ^ "Camacari CHESF OCGT Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 21 March 2014.
  10. ^ a b c d e f "Diesel and Gas-Engine Plants in Brazil". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 10 December 2013. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
  11. ^ "Cristiano Rocha Oil Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
  12. ^ "Ponta Negra (GERA) Oil Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
  13. ^ "Angra Nuclear Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 21 March 2014.