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- ‘For this purpose, the company implemented two anemometric stations in Northern Minas Gerais in 1997, where two potentially promising sites were identified.’
- ‘The anemometric campaigns and plant design activities are performed by paying the utmost attention to the need to minimise and mitigate environmental impacts.’
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