Energy agreement with Brazil to spend the winter | Extension until 2025 of the energy exchange memorandum

The trade agreement with Brazil will allow importing energy to “competitive prices“, said the Secretary of Energy, Flavia Royon, on Friday. The extension, until 2025, of the energy exchange memorandum will also make it possible to implement a local currency payment system for commercial operations of gas and electricity. Last winter the contribution of the … Read more

The agreement with Brazil will allow energy to be imported at ‘competitive prices’

Regarding the agreement, Royon pointed out that it will seek to “deepen energy integration with Brazil.” The Secretary of Energy, Flavia Royonstressed this Friday that the extension of the energy exchange agreement signed with Brazil will allow energy to be imported during the coming winter at “competitive prices”, until the Néstor Kirchner pipeline is completed. … Read more

Argentina and Brazil signed an energy and gas exchange memorandum until 2025


President Alberto Fernández received at Casa Rosada the Secretary of Energy, Flavia Royon and the Argentine ambassador in Brazil, Daniel Scioliwho signed for Argentina the update of the memorandum, with the Brazilian Vice Minister of Mines and Energy, Hailton Madureira de Almeida, as part of the negotiation. The memorandum arises as a result of three … Read more

🇦🇷🇧🇷 Argentina and Brazil extend the agreement to export gas and energy


The agreement will be signed by the Secretary of Energy, Flavia Royón, and her Brazilian counterpart, Hailton Madureira de Almeida. The Argentine ambassador Daniel Scioli and representatives of Cammesa and the Foreign Ministry will also be part of the understanding. In 2021, Argentina exported electricity for US$1,000 million and so far in 2022 it has … Read more

Sustainable technology brings sanitation and energy to indigenous village in Brazil


Sao Paulo, Nov 21 (EFE).- Without access to water, sewage and electricity networks, the Tekua Itakupe indigenous village took an important step to improve the quality of life of its inhabitants with the installation of a sustainable technology that now offers them a sanitary and energetic solution. Through a joint action carried out by the … Read more

IEFA LATAM FORUM: Argentina must seek an alliance with Brazil to address global food and energy needs


He pointed out that “the drought means that 90% of the Argentine territory does not meet the water needs necessary to guarantee good harvests, and these factors are already beginning to be important in economic development.” “The possibility of a nuclear holocaust, the possible declaration of Taiwan’s independence, which can translate into a conflict between … Read more

Brazil counts on COP27 to attract investments in green energy


Brazilian participation in the United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP27) begins this Tuesday. The country will take advantage of the opportunity to show the world its potential to generate clean and cheap energy: the so-called “green energy”, generated in a 100% renewable way, so as not to pollute the environment. The … Read more

Brazil: TotalEnergies will develop a 12 GW renewable energy portfolio

(AOF) – TotalEnergies (TTE) and Casa dos Ventos (CDV), Brazil’s leading renewable developer, today announced the creation of a joint venture (JV) to develop, build and operate the portfolio of Casa Dos Ventos renewable projects. This portfolio includes 700 MW of onshore wind capacity in operation, 1 GW of onshore wind under construction, as well … Read more

Brazil will present energy solution at COP 27, says minister


The Brazilian Minister of the Environment, Joaquim Leite, said today (14), in São Paulo, during a meeting with businessmen from the American Chamber of Commerce for Brazil, that the country will take part in the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP 27) the idea that it is part of the solution to the energy … Read more

Solar energy in Brazil reaches 20 GW of power and could exceed wind power by the end of the year


Brazil has exceeded 20 GW of installed power of photovoltaic solar origin, adding 6,525 MW of centralized generation and 13,579 MW of distributed generation in smaller systems, less than 5 MW each. The sum is equivalent to 9.6% of the country’s electrical matrix. Half of the installed photovoltaic capacity in the country, 10,820 MW, is … Read more