October 12, 2018 |
Brazil’s Conselho de Politica Energetica wants to engage the nuclear private sector for the construction of the 1,405 MW nuclear plant Angra 3, the ministry said in a statement this week.
The power plant, according to the ministry, is slated to begin operations in 2026 and requires more than BRL15.5bn ($4.1bn) in capex.
Angra 3’s power purchase agreement is set to price at BRL480/MWh, CNPE said. PPA tariffs are currently priced at BRL240/MWh, according to local outlets.
Construction of the nucle
Nuclear power plant requires more than $4bn in capex