Member since: 2022
mncwl - treemap brazil energy
Energy & Economy transition
The dominant hydraulic matrix is under pressure from agribusiness, the main source of foreign exchange, which requires an increase and diversification of the mix with energy efficiency >=90% with a stable balance of the cyclical, renewable and non-renewable mix.
1. data normalization
2. include field "energy efficiency" by asset (non-renewable renewable matrix) real time/OLAP; or noSQL equivalent
3. include in the dashboard 'treemap' & 'sankey graph' with energy input flow (renewable/non-renewable), transformation/energy efficiency; waste
GDP is the gross domestic product, that is, how much wealth a place produces in a year. The sum is across all sectors of the economy. In Maricá, RJ, one factor has adequately raised the municipality's GDP per capita in recent years: revenues from oil royalties from the pre-salt layer. In 2021 alone, it was R$2.4 billion.
And the 'GDP per capita' is nothing more than the sum of the wealth produced in a place - in our case the municipality of Maricá - divided by the population. According to the IBGE, in 2019 the GDP per capita of Maricá was R$232,000.00/US$44,581.95, above the GDP per capita of Japan of US$40,113.06 (2019), lower than the GDP per capita of Monaco, US$173,688.00, achievable Qatar's GDP per capita of US$61,276.00, followed by São João da Barra with R$220,000.00; Quissamã with R$154,000.00; Itatiaia with R$140,000.00 and Porto Real with R$55,000.00.
City Hall launches Maricá Telecom, unlimited internet company
Codemar starts the distribution of 35 thousand chips for free connection to the 4.5G network to students, teachers and employees of municipal education, free public transport,..,..
Electricity consumption (kWh per capita)
Electricity consumption measures the production of power plants and combined heat and power plants minus transmission, distribution and transformation losses and own use by heat and power plants.
Statistical concept and methodology
Electricity consumption per capita (kWh ) is the production of power plants and combined heat and power plants minus transmission, distribution and transformation losses and own use of heat and power plants, divided by the mid-year population.
Relevance of development
An economy's electricity production and consumption are basic indicators of its size and level of development.
The Municipality of Belo Monte has a GDP per capita  of R$15,055.38, below the national average, configuring a slave-holding energy model, with no return to the citizen, although it has the highest 'potential energy consumption per capita' in the country.
GDP per capita must be proportional to energy consumption per capita.