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Energy: Inflection point

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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: Inflection point

If there is a consensus, it is about the increasing complexity of power & energy.

There are more variables involved today than until recently, more alternatives potentially available for companies and institutions to achieve and maintain energy cost competitiveness and, to make matters worse, the energy bill has gained more relevance as tariffs and prices have risen more than inflation .

In this scenario, the quality of the decision-making processes and the leadership involved has become super important!

It is a matter of gathering the necessary information to explore and discover alternatives both for contracting energy sources and for their efficient use, evaluating available solutions and, last but not least, choosing those that will be implemented.

More than ever, it is worth merging internal knowledge and experience with that of independent consultants so that decisions are robust, justifiable and that pass through both the upper management and board levels.

A valuable opportunity to go through "structured processes" to differentiate your company in its market!

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