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Is your organization well positioned in Brazil?

Is your organization well positioned?

Industries, businesses and institutions contract energy including demand and consumption charges, on-peak and off-peak.

Although conceptually simple, it is a complex system due to the number of variables involved.

So, for each case, a different equivalent final cost results, in  R$/MWh. I refer to the total paid for electrical energy excluding taxes divided by the total volume of energy consumed.

Compare this value with the one published in the table below, which represents the average tariff billed for each geographical region of Brazil. Please note 1 USD =R$ 5,4.

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  • Is your value competitive with the average?
  • Can you improve it?
  • What needs to be done to reach a more competitive level?

Do not hesitate to contact me to explore your possibilities!

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