RIO DE JANEIRO, November 09 2018 / PRNewswire / – Due to rainfall rates in Brazil within the October expectation, the electricity power tariff bill for December will not return to the red flag, the National Agency's general Electric Power (Aneel), André Pepitone. "Back, think hard, at the worst step would be to keep yellow," he said.
Aneel may also consider adopting the green flag next month. The study will consider the increase in funds levels due to rainfall in Brazil during November. According to the general director of the regulatory body, André Pepitone, there is a need to wait a little longer to evaluate some factors that influence the model that determines the color of the flag.
The factors include the storage level and the GSF factor that measure the level between the energy generated by the MRE generators and the amount of their physical securities. With this factor you evaluate how much energy is allocated in each plant.
According to the general director, the rain is good and in expectations, you have to wait, because it is at the beginning of the month, but he added that the prognosis was good. "According to the water situation that we are experiencing today is favorable, but we have to wait not to exercise in the future," he said.
Pepitone estimated that it would be possible "very detailed sensitivity" after the 20th "to define the color of the flag. Aneel's general director took part in the 8th Seminar on Energy Matrix and Safety in Brazil and 14th Brazilian Energy and Power, organized by the Getulio Foundation Vargas (FGV) to Siambr Fasnach America Rio de Janeiro (AmCham Rio)
General director of the National Electricity Systems Operator (ONS), Luiz Eduardo Barata, said she was very happy with the number of days. According to Barata, until September climatic conditions were very bad in North East Wales, Mid and South East Wales. The photo began to change in October.
For November, the expectations of climate organizations refer much to Afon Paranaíba, which should also improve conditions in the River Tocantins. "The River Tocantins mills should begin to rise, and later the signs say that the North, Madeira and Xingu rivers will also have a good condition," he said after attending the energy meeting.
Another prediction that encourages Barata is the El Niño phenomenon between moderate and weak. According to the general director of the Office for National Statistics, this is positive, because rainfall should be on average or slightly higher than that in North East Wales, whereas the forecast is heavy rain in the South Region.
"When we were in September, our hope was the end of the dry period in the range of 14% or 15% [dos reservatórios] in the South East. In North East, the forecast was to finish over 20%, not due to rain, but mainly due to the flow management strategy. In South East Wales, we are between 19% and 20%, mainly because it continues to rain and multiply in the South. If we came in June, July, August and September with an energy stream from the South East to the South, from October we have the South flow to the South East. This was the great difference, "he said.
Source: Agência Brasil – Empresa Brasil de Comunicação S / A – EBC