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REA Consult Releases Landmark “Investor’s Handbook for Renewable Energy Investment in Brazil”

October 06
01:24 2020
REA Consult Releases Landmark "Investor’s Handbook for Renewable Energy Investment in Brazil"
Reform has made Brazil one of the most exciting countries in the world for renewable energy investment, especially for wind and solar power. Those who can navigate Brazil’s dense legal and regulatory jungle will discover a renewable energy market that is brimming with growth potential.

Cologne, Germany – October 5, 2020 – REA Consult, a leading international management and consulting firm, is proud to announce the release of a landmark investor guide for renewable energy in Brazil. “The Investor’s Handbook for Renewable Energy in Brazil” brings together all the essential information for those developing renewable energy projects in Brazil and anyone who wants to understand the innerworkings of this lucrative emerging market. 

The Brazilian born, Europe, China, and South America based consulting firm has drawn on its vast local and international experience to develop a comprehensive Investor’s Handbook. This unique insider’s guide provides current and prospective investors the information they need to develop a strong business case for renewable energy ventures in Brazil. 

Favorable geographic conditions, growing electricity demand, progressive regulatory reform, and maturing supply chains have made Brazil one of the most exciting countries in the world for renewable energy investment. According to Bloomberg’s 2019 Climatescope report, Brazil ranks third most attractive in the world for clean energy investments. Brazil also ranks third globally in terms of installed capacity from renewable energy sources, after only China and the United States, according to IRENA analysis. Despite this, Brazil only ranks 7th in the world for installed wind power capacity and 22nd for solar. 

“Reforms in the Brazilian energy market have focused on diversifying the country’s energy mix with a key focus on wind and solar power, they aim to create the technical, socio-economic, and political conditions required to encourage investment,” says Rachel Andalaft, Founding Partner at REA Consult. “Transmission capacity and technology have improved to account for intermittent supply, new financing mechanisms have been put in place to suit a wide range of projects, and more supportive regulation has been established to drive the business case for renewable energy investment in Brazil.” 

The Investor’s Handbook for Renewable Energy in Brazil: An Insider’s Guide: 

The handbook is made up of nine chapters that cover all the topics investors need to consider developing successful renewable energy projects in Brazil. 

  • Chapters 1 & 2 cover the fundamentals of the Brazilian energy and electricity markets. Going beyond sunlight, wind, and water to the politics, socioeconomics, and market structures that truly enable renewable energy projects to come online. 
  • Chapters 3 & 4 take a deep dive into crucial elements of corporate structure and taxation for renewable energy projects in Brazil. Exploring the strengthening pathway for foreign capital in Brazil, through the various options for the establishment and operation of corporate entities.  The Brazilian economic results statement (DRE) differs significantly from the internationally applied 3S System. In Chapter 4, REA Consult introduces its financial and project valuation model, based on a proprietary and third-party audited tool that integrates DRE and 3S. 
  • Chapter 5 goes into more depth on renewable project financing, revealing the much bigger range of funding participants now available to innovative energy ventures. While Chapters 6 and 7 examine electricity and land regulation in Brazil, simplifying the process of the key regulator, ANEEL, and exploring the complexities of land regulation in the rapidly developing Latin American nation. 
  • Chapter 8 tackles the challenges of environmental licensing in a country that is trying to balance economic development with globally significant conservation efforts. To complete the comprehensive handbook, the final chapter will focus on Brazil’s maturing renewable energy supply, which forms the industrial base that will propel the wind and solar power into a new era of robust growth.  

“All the elements are falling into place to make this the best time to invest in the Brazilian energy market,” says Rachel Andalaft, Founding Partner at REA Consult. “Brazil is still an emerging market with many of the inefficiencies and cultural hurdles you would expect of a populous Latin American country, but those who can navigate Brazil’s dense legal and regulatory jungle will discover a renewable energy market that is brimming with potential.” 

The Investor’s Handbook for Renewable Energy in Brazil has been developed by REA Consult to support that journey. It serves as an insider’s guide for those developing projects renewable energy in Brazil and anyone curious about the innerworkings of this lucrative market. 

Today marks the release of Chapter 1: Brazil’s Renewable Energy Market Fundamentals. A new chapter will be released every week over the coming months to take investors on a journey of renewable energy investment in Brazil from an insider’s perspective. Follow the unfolding story on the REA Consult website or the company’s LinkedIn page. 

For more information or press inquiries, please visit: https://rea-consult.com/en/the-handbook/

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Website: rea-consult.com/en/the-handbook/

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