top of page
Energia Sustentável



Currently the Brazilian electric matrix is distributed into hydroelectric (64%), thermal (26%), wind (8%), nuclear (1%), and solar (1%), according to Aneel. By 2027, Brazil is set to invest more than R $ 2 trillion in power generation, with renewable energy sources ever more relevant. Investments in these sources can represent an initial savings of over 14% in electricity (Generation? Distribution?) costs. In addition, Brazil already deploys public-private partnerships in electricity transmission and distribution, from either renewable and non-renewable sources.

bottom of page