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Free power market: super attractive prices

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Free power market: super attractive prices

The prices for future delivery in Brazil are around R$ 148/MWh (USD 26/MWh)..

I consider these references to be very sexy for companies and institutions that see their future and for this very reason feel comfortable in closing medium and/or long-term contracts now.

A reference to justify this suggestion is the regulated tariff granted to utilities that are in the range of R$ 240/MWh (USD 45/MWh) - as for example to ENEL SP.

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