- Ilumina Pantanal brings electricity to more than 2,000 families in Brazil
Ilumina Pantanal brings electricity to more than 2,000 families in Brazil
07/29/2021 Since 2 months
The “Ilumina Pantanal” project, part of the Government’s Rural Electrification Programme called Luz para Todos and coordinated by the Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME), focuses on universalising access to electricity throughout the country.
The project consists of installing photovoltaic systems in the homes of 2090 families in rural areas, which are then equipped with an Individual Solar Generation System (SIGFI). The total cost is estimated at approximately USD 24.6 million, of which USD 14 million from the Energy Development Account (CDE) and USD 9.8 million from the local distribution company Energisa.
Project partners include the National Electricity Agency (Aneel), Eletrobras, the government of Mato Grosso do Sul and the Energisa Group.
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