Drought: Brazil’s electricity sector rules out rationing in 2021, admits bills will increase

The directors of the National Agency of Electrical Energy (ANEEL) and the Electric System National Operator (ONS) announced measures by the government that should rule out the risk of rationing in the short term.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The measures announced by the government to ensure the supply of electricity this year, such as the operation of all available thermoelectric plants and the increase in energy imports from Argentina and Uruguay, should rule out the risk of rationing in the short term.

The statement was made on Tuesday, June 15, by directors of the National Agency of Electrical Energy (ANEEL) and the Electric System National Operator (ONS).

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