Enerfin do Brasil was the pioneer on Rio Grande do Sul State wind farms implementation, as a result of the construction of the Osório Wind Farm in 2006, an international reference on the segment of renewable energy and sustainability. Taking advantage of the energy auctions promoted by the Federal Government in 2009, 2010 and 2011, the company had commercialized energy in the regulated environment and reached the expansion of its enterprise. Currently, the 375 MW power in Rio Grande do Sul result by adding the wind farms already in operation at Osório and at the neighboring municipality of Palmares do Sul, all controlled by the Osório Integrated Control Center uninterrupted form (24 hours). Altogether, these ventures represent around 2.85% of Brazil’s wind power installed capacity, according to data released by ANEEL in July 2018 (Generation Info Bank). This share means 23% of the wind capacity installed in Rio Grande do Sul State, considering the wind farms that were in commercial operation at this time. In 2017, the energy produced by all these plants resulted in an amount equivalent to the annual residential consumption of 510,000 families, approximately 1.75 million people.