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Suggestions for the Brazilian power sector

The following reflections are obvious, for those who deal in the competitive world. But, it occurs that Brazil has been so disassociated from the competition.

1) Energy companies should have concrete objectives

Controllers of public power companies (Federation, States and Municipalities) should demand that its leaders reach and maintain indices that put them in a leading position in the market in which they operate.

It would be equivalent to a profound change. Currently, for example, and according to ANEEL, these companies do not meet the financial-economic indicators established by the regulation.

2) The leaders of energy companies should be measured by results

The executives of the public energy companies should create a business plan so that the goals set by the controllers should be achieved. Objective indicators of technical and commercial productivity, quality of continuity of supply, customer service, and the list goes a long way.

3) Energy companies should be ranked vis-a-vis those of the world

How our energy companies compare in terms of indicators with respect to those around the globe and what's needed to reach excellent results.

Transparency. Clients of these companies, their shareholders, their managers and citizens should easily access the goals set by the controllers, the results that have been achieved and what is being done.

Or what's the alternative?

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