It will be built in the city of Xangri-la in Rio Grande do Sul and is expected to start running in Sept. 2014, the company said in a statement.
The project by Honda Automoveis do Brasil Ltda. will have 9 turbines and a total capacity of 27 megawatts, according to Tomohiro Okada, a Honda spokesman.
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