Market Talks: Perspective for Brazil’s electricity sector in 2022

Author Argus

Brazil has skirted the risk of a power shortage by very little in 2021. What about 2022? Will the country be risk-free from power shortage?

Join Camila Dias, Argus Brazil Bureau Chief, and Flávia Pierry, Natural Gas and Power Editor. They talk about the perspectives for the electricity sector in 2022.

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Podcast episode is in Portuguese.

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