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10 successful power cost reduction practices

10 successful power cost reduction practices (Brazil)

Starting tomorrow, a post will be published every day indicating solutions tested and validated by the market, which should be permanently evaluated by corporate and institutional consumers, and of course by suppliers (products, services or solutions).

Simple, easy and very competitive! See the posts programming:

  1. Demand control
  2. Consumption control 
  3. Power factor 
  4. Contracted demand adjustment 
  5. When to close deregulated power prices 
  6. Cost arbitrage via energy sources 
  7. Tactics - time of use rates 
  8. How to deal with power usage differences versus contracted volume
  9. What's the best voltage level to be connected to the utility company?
  10. Energy efficiency 

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