In this editorial, we discuss what Brazil can learn from the European crisis; what Europe can learn from Brazil's previous experiences; and we reflect on the conditions to be sought to implement new sectoral reforms.
In this section, we comment on the Public Consultation that discusses the opening of the free market, in addition to other relevant topics.
In this section, we analyze the accelerated licensing proposal of the Uncommon Dialogue working groups on Hydropower, River Restoration, and Public Safety, envisaged in two cases with low environmental impact: non-motorized dams and pumped storage plants.
In the premiere of the new ESG section, we comment on sustainable alternatives for steam production.
In the international section, we discuss the UK's planned electricity market reform, touted by local authorities as "the biggest in a generation".
In this section, we present some innovative green hydrogen and green ammonia projects and discuss the increased interest in using Birkeland technology over the last decade.
We present the updated demand and structural energy supply balance for the coming years and our traditional "delay meter".