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

1 Comments:

Anonymous ap said...

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

5:11 pm, January 14, 2008  

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