Brazil power watch


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Brazil consumed 63,083MWa (average megawatts) of electric power in July, up 2.6% from the same period in 2021, according to electricity commercialization chamber CCEE

Source: MME

Final energy consumption is expected to rise by 2.5%. The higher rate relative to the OIE will stem from reduced energy losses due to lower thermoelectric generation, a result of the recovery of hydroelectric generation.

For internal electric power supply (OIEE) of 2022, an increase of 3% is expected (2% in the national grid and a little more than 10% in self-production and distributed generation).

Source: MME


The MME has made available the digital declaration system (DDIG) with the model of “declaration of electricity purchase needs” and the “electricity purchase commitment term” from power distribution companies with a view to the A-1 and A-2 energy auctions. 

Scheduled for December 2, the tenders foresee the contracting of electric energy from existing projects, with supply starting on January 1, 2023 (A-1) and January 1, 2024 (A-2). 

The declarations must be submitted by September 1. 

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