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Cape Verde : Cabeolica to expand wind capacity

Cabeolica, in Cape Verde, will increase wind capacity on Santiago from 9 to 22 MW, with battery storage. This will raise renewable energy’s share in the energy mix to 30% by 2025, saving €1 million annually. Aim is to reduce reliance on imported fossil fuels. Currently, Cape Verde relies on thermal power plants for 80% of its electricity. With 400 MW installed, including 17% from Cabeolica, the country aims for a cleaner energy transition.

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