Market Talks: The Brazilian power crisis

Author Argus

Brazil faces a power crisis, making government and sectorial entities search for actions to avoid blackouts and power shortages, with high costs for both the consumers and the country’s economy.

Join Camila Dias, Argus Brasil Bureau Chief, and Flávia Pierry, Natural Gas and Power Editor. They discuss the causes of this crisis and its consequences, and what to expect for 2022.

(Podcast is in Portuguese)

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