Acciona SA, the Spanish construction company that’s one of the world’s top owners of renewable power plants, agreed to supply wind turbines with 66 megawatts of capacity for a power plant in northeastern Brazil.

Model AW125/3000 turbines will be assembled in Acciona’s plant in the state of Bahia, the Alcobendas, Spain-based company said in a statement Wednesday. The contract includes maintenance of the machines for five years.

The company didn’t disclose the wind project owner. With this contract, Acciona Windpower’s sales in Brazil have reached 1,185 megawatts, distributed in wind farms in five states.

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