Brazil's new energy landscape

19 Jun 2018

In an interview with BNamericas, Cláudio Maia, CEO of Tractebel in Latin America, talks about the rise of decentralised energy in Brazil and the expected boom in the local transmission and distribution markets.

   

Brazil, the country known for its huge hydropower plants, is moving forward with its energy mix diversification with the implementation of smaller plants and renewables projects. In an interview with BNamericas, Cláudio Maia, CEO of Tractebel in Latin America, talks about the rise of decentralised energy and the expected boom in transmission and distribution thanks to the recent completion of large plants. Maia also talks about Tractebel's operations in Latin America and the challenges of engineering companies in this new energy landscape.

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