Thursday, August 26, 2004

Demand for Alternative Energy in Brazil may Double

Brazil's electricity regulator may reduce transmission and distribution rates by up to 50% for renewable energy which, Paulo Toledo, the director of power trader Ecom Energia believes could double demand from SMEs.

Small-scale hydro generators should benefit the most from the measure since they can provide a stable energy supply. Power supply from biomass generation in Brazil is dependent on the agricultural cycle, and wind power is more expensive, Toledo said.

Business News Americas Article


Anonymous ap said...

I hope that in Italy we will follow the brazilian example. We're still well behind ...
Antonio Pietrangeli

5:11 p.m., January 14, 2008  

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