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Energy (Brazil): 5 Trends for 2021

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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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Energy (Brazil): 5 Trends for 2021 

  1. Distributed generation 

    Solar energy, cogeneration from biomass and gas and even traditional generator sets are alternatives to reduce costs and mitigate supply risks via the public grid. 
     
  2. Energy Efficiency 

    Load management, demand control, load programming (to avoid waste) are simple, low-cost actions that generally offer surprising results. 
     
  3. Power contracting 

    Corporate/institutional consumers will become more demanding with regard to the timing of the purchase, aiming at more attractive prices. 
     
  4. Search for "macro" knowledge 

    Executives will seek to inform themselves about opportunities that they should potentially consider with a strategic eye. Whether via consulting, mentoring, coaching or even attending events 
     
  5. Structured projects 

    The way to make solutions viable through contracts in which the customer seeks results and does not own assets.
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