According to the Brazilian electricity trading chamber of Commerce (CCEE), the average wind power generation in Brazil in the first half of this year was 4098 megawatts (MWA), a year-on-year increase of 16%.
By the end of June, the installed capacity of wind power had reached 13180.7 MW, a year-on-year increase of 19.8%. CCEE said that at the end of the first half of the year, the power generation of 518 wind farms in operation increased to 6.5% of the total power generation.
Rio Grande Norte is the largest wind power state in Brazil, with an average output of 1110.3 MW. The second is Bahia, with an average output of 1013.3 MW, Rio Grande do Sul, with an average output of 546.1 MW, pioi, with an average output of 516.9 MW, and Sierra, with an average output of 505.2 MW.
CCEE also provides the ranking of the states with the highest wind power installed capacity to date. North Rio Grande ranks first with a total capacity of 3592.25 MW. Bahia and siala are 2848.24 MW and 2249 MW respectively.