Distributed generation in Brazil continues to grow and reached another installed capacity record, reaching 7 GW of power in September 2021. It is worth mentioning that the 6 GW mark was achieved in June.
Faced with the challenges of developing the electricity sector, players debate how to modernize and encourage new sources, such as the generation of solar energy.
he growth of solar energy in Brazil was positive in 2020. With an underexplored market, the expectation is for constant growth in the next ten years.
To carry out good asset management, it is important to understand the regulations that operate in the sector. In the case of energy, there is a clear trend towards innovation and use of technology in search of a clean and renewable matrix.
The A-3 and A-4 energy auctions, in 2021, took place on July 8 and showed expressive numbers aimed at the generation of renewable energy in the country. Overall, the scenario was quite unfavorable. The reasons are the over-contracting forecast for the year by the Electric Energy Trading Chamber (CCEE) at 105.1%, the migration of medium and large consumers to the ACL and the small ones to distributed generation.
The cities of Altos and Campo Maior, located in the north of Piauí, will receive mini solar photovoltaic plants through a public-private partnership (PPP). It is estimated that these two units, one in each city, produce more than 1.3 million kilowatt-hours per month, reducing operating costs with electricity in the state.