Market Talks: Brazil’s calculated power spot price, a problem to be tackled

Author Argus

As Brazil faces once again the risk of a power shortage, and as a result power consumers have to deal with soaring costs, it is about time the country faces one of the roots for the faulty planning and operation: the calculated power spot price, or PLD.

Join Camila Dias, bureau-chief at Argus Media Brasil, and Flávia Pierry, Natural Gas and Power Editor, as they talk about the PLD particularities.

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Podcast episode is in Portuguese

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