MILAN, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Italian renewable energy group Enel Green Power said on Monday it had won the right to sign 20-year contracts in Brazil to supply up to 344 megawatts (MW) in solar and wind power.
Enel Green Power said in a statement it had been awarded 254 MW of photovoltaic capacity as part of the Ituverava project in the northeastern state of Bahia. A further 90 MW in wind capacity were awarded as part of the Delfina project in the same Brazilian state.
The two plants will require a total investment of approximately $600 million to build, the company said. (Reporting by Valentina Za)