Community Utility Professionals Network Stream Experts Sponsors News Shared Link Sign in to Vote 7 Shared Link Rafael Herzberg Rafael Herzberg Consultant energy affairs Self employed My Twitter Feed My LinkedIn Profile My Google+ Profile My Facebook Profile My YouTube Channel Contact Me Follow Member since 2003 Consultant energy affairs, Self employed shared on November 9, 2016 280 views start a discussion report Follow PV energy and the exchange rate risk in Brazil Whys is PV energy more expensive in Brazil? Read More Rafael Herzberg Rafael Herzberg is an energy consultant based in São Paulo, Brazil with 40 years experience in power, gas and biomass contracting, energy efficiency projects, onsite power projects (substations, generation and cogeneration), awarded in Brazil and US View Profile Follow Explore Related Topics:#business-intelligence #ders #distributed-generation #industry-structure #renewables #risk-&-operations Discussions No discussions yet. Start a discussion below. Sign in to Participate Not a member? Registering with Energy Central allows you to connect with a network of more than 200,000 global power industry professionals. Register Today, It’s Free! Related Content Top six wind energy trends in 2017 City Council votes to look at renewable-energy alternatives for Grayson plant With massive expansion under way, Virginia becoming a leader in solar energy field Portugal reaches 100% renewables, ends fossil fuel subsidies There’s never been a better time to invest in wind power A new way for Fortune 500 companies to buy wind power Recent Comments rt hrt yhrt tr hrtyhrtyeyt Drones have really be a game changer in energy production, from design stage through installation and maintenance— this milestone only furthers... Great post - Renewable energy has it's challenges too. It seems like there is never a perfect solution. Ironic the Russia and Saudi Arabia may be working together on Nueclear Energy even though Russia provided directs military support to Syria who... The article is one-sided. Where's the data about how much high-paid executives save the rate payers? Which has the better, smarter talent?