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Energy (Brazil): the decision dilemma

Energy (Brazil): the decision dilemma
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This year's PV auctions (solar farms) closed prices for long-term future delivery for less than half the current prices offered on the deregulated market.

This fact is a watershed! It should significantly change decisions of those who have the responsibility to take care of the energy (power, gas, biomass, etc.) bill.

When comparing alternatives considering these new market signals there is a new scenario that points to potentially different from traditional decisions. Especially in relation to those who use historical average references.

Technical, financial, management and legal issues are part of the list that needs to be carefully revisited for good quality decisions, resilient in this new scenario.

Welcome to this new world. If you would like to prospect it, make sure to contact me (rafael.herzberg@gmail.com and mobile/WhatsApp 55 11 99986 5563) to explore the new opportunities.

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