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Siemens leads on solution to Brazilian grid losses

Siemens is leading a smart grid solution initiative in partnership with Itron and Telemont, aimed at tackling the problem of non-technical losses in the Brazilian power grid.

Brazil: Saving for a rainy day

It is no secret that Brazil is facing an energy crisis as a severe drought has thrown its largely hydro-thermal electricity network into great distress and soaring electricity demand ...

Smart grid revenue in Brazil to boom tenfold to $432m

Due to its infrastructure development ahead of the FIFA World Cup, Brazil's smart meter market revenue is predicted to rocket more than tenfold, from $36m in 2013 to $432m by 2020.

Vestas and Suzlon lose Brazilian market share

New local content rules have had a negative impact on the businesses of Vestas Wind Systems and Suzlon Energy in Brazil.

Brazil’s power sector: An inside view

As one of the BRIC nations, Brazil is a major emerging economy in the world.

Alstom meets Brazil’s regulations

Alstom has met the local content rules set out by the Brazilian development bank BNDES, becoming the third company to achieve compliance with the regulations.

Brazil considers rules aimed at blocking Chinese imports

Brazil is considering the introduction of legislation that would see wind developers buy only from turbine manufacturers that meet local content rules.

Strict supply rules may force wind companies to quit Brazil

Wind turbine manufacturers are seeing their costs spiral in Brazil as they struggle to meet the governmental requirement to buy or make of all of their main parts domestically.

Gensets embrace fuel flexibility

Diesel-fuelled generating sets or generators have been utilized for many decades in power generation applications, but their days may well be numbered.


When Mexico approved a sweeping energy reform last December, global experts applauded the move, calling it 'transformative' for a country that had kept its huge power industry shuttered to foreign investors for eight decades.