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Average spot for 2021

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Consultant energy affairs, Self employed

Rafael Herzberg- is an independent energy consultant, self-employed (since 2018) based in São Paulo, Brazil* Focus on C level, VPs and upper managers associated to energy related info, analysis...

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Average spot for 2021

The average spot for 2021, aspredicted by the Electric Energy Trading Chamber (CCEE), the official Brazilian clearinghouse, is R$ 93/MWh (1 USD = R$ 5.3)

This month, the spot is around R$ 300/MWh. This considering that it is midsummer - rainy season.

If the economy continues to recover, we will see an increase in demand.

Combining climatic factors (stressed hydropower plants reservoirs and less than expected rainfall for the summer) and a positive GDP, a scenario of an expressive price increase should reflect this new situation.

What's a more sensible scenario to consider: the CCEE's with a very low spot or a more realistic one, way higher?


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