In Brazil, Scatec partnered with global NGO to reclaim community spaces as platforms for sustainable social change.

The challenge

The community of Bom Sucesso is located only a few hundred meters away from our 162 MW Apodi solar plant. While direct project impacts were limited, a needs assessment revealed that Bom Sucesso would strongly benefit from an upgraded community space, particularly for children and youth.

How we worked together

Working closely with the local residents, we designed and developed a physical space for the community. We held meetings with cultural, environmental, sports and women’s groups, as well as businesses, local institutions, and the municipality.

Key results


People reached per year


Thousand $ invested in the community


Hours donated by the community


Weeks of construction

In this project the word construction goes far beyond placing bricks, stones, sand, or painting. It means the construction of a stronger community, increasingly aware that working together is essential for its sustainable development.
– Adriano Lima, Program Coordinator and CLO at Scatec

Apodi Solar, Brazil, 162 MW

The Apodi project is located in the municipality of Quixere in the north-eastern state of Ceara. The project was established as a 50/50 joint venture with Equinor. Construction started in late 2017 and the solar plant reached commercial operation in November 2018.