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Our thermal and solar power plants respectively generate renewable electricity by burning biomass and converting solar energy in a photovoltaic process.

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Vale do Paraná power plant

  • Type: Thermal biomass power plant
  • Installed since: 2020
  • Installed capacity: 48 MW
  • Workforce: 33

The Vale do Paraná Albioma biomass-fuelled cogeneration unit, located in the town of Suzanápolis in São Paulo state, is the Group's fourth plant located in Brazil. The new plant is covered by a long-term, inflation-indexed power purchase agreement that secures annual electricity sales of 120 GWh until 2046.

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This is the first Brazilian project for which the Group is involved in construction, connection to the network and operation; the plant is jointly owned by Albioma and Vale do Paraná. It have an installed capacity of 48 MW, of which 30 MW is exported to the electricity grid.

455

thousand tonnes

of bagasse used, after crushing 1.7 Mtc

120

GWh

of electricity exported to the grid

100

%

locally-sourced biomass

Biomass and energy production

The Vale do Paraná plant is adjacent to the distillery of the same name, which has an annual crushing capacity of 2 million tonnes of sugar cane. It is able to export 120 GWh of electricity annually to the grid, in a country where bagasse is becoming an essential resource as energy needs increase.