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Agenda for the electricity sector

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Agenda for the electricity sector

To achieve and maintain competitiveness (Brazil is the most expensive in electric power among the BRICS) it will be necessary to have an agenda.

Anyone following the electric sector notes that many important topics are opened but without actual, real results. They get stuck halfway (for years on end) or before they even start. Examples:

1. Demand response
2. Power theft
3. Privatizations
4. Electric cars
5. Duck curve

As long as there is no well-defined agenda, with activities, deadlines and those responsible to make them happen, we will continue to generate costs, but without creating value, perpetuating our laggard position.

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