Renewable Energies in Brazil – An Entry Guide for Foreign Energy Trading Companies
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This business case is written for the purpose of informing CEOs of foreign Energy Trading Companies about the Brazilian Renewable Energy Market and possible investment opportunities, as well as a ...
This business case is written for the purpose of informing CEOs of foreign Energy Trading Companies about the Brazilian Renewable Energy Market and possible investment opportunities, as well as a suitable entry strategy. In particular, the business case will focus on three renewable energies that will play an important role in Brazil`s future energy mix: Hydropower, wind energy, and biomass. All three energies have great growth potential, are supported by the government, and have an abundance of resources to dwell upon. Moreover, in an era where global warming is a pending issue, global energy supply increasingly relies on the use of alternative energies. Brazil, being home to vast reserves of water, agricultural land, and coastal regions, can be one of the first developing countries to follow the lead of developed nations in terms of total energy output from alternative energy sources. Favorable macro-economic conditions (which will also be analyzed in this business case), coupled with a going-green attitude of the government, makes renewable energies an interesting investment opportunity for foreign Energy Trading Companies. Not only has the government recently opened the energy market for FDI, but it also provides attractive financial support to Energy-rookies who are about to enter the market. By taking part in yearly energy auctions, or by forming a partnership with a domestic company, foreign Energy Trading Companies can be sure to indulge and prosper upon one of the most thriving and promising markets of this century.
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