Energy is a volatile asset, dependent on climate, amount of rain, reservoir levels, etc. It’s price varies over time and, owing to this, it is essential that purchase and sales negotiations are analyzed and calculated carefully, without your business being jeopardized by unforeseen price fluctuations.
Our know-how guarantees that companies in the Free Energy Market buy energy for the coming months or years at a predetermined price. Without financial risks, your business will have more guaranteed opportunities for growth.
We have already helped more than 600 companies negotiate the purchase and sale of energy.
We can improve your energy purchase and sales strategies
Energy is an Over-The-Counter market (like the stock exchange). Contracts are registered and liquidated at the Electrical Energy Trading Chamber (CCEE). Negotiations take place bilaterally between buyers and our sales team. Solutions can be customized according to the needs of each client.
Yes. Today, almost all of Brazil is connected by transmission lines. However, if you buy energy from a different submarket from that of your own consumption, you will be running the risk of a change in the BLV between the submarkets. To avoid this, we offer the submarket SWAPS solution, which mitigates these risks.
BLV means Balance Liquidation Value, that is, when the value that agents are to pay if they exceed the amount of energy they had initially purchased at the free market price. If a company consumes less, they receive a credit. This liquidation takes place at the CCEE.
You can make an addendum to your contract, renegotiate the price with your current supplier, or sell via power transfer. Another option is to receive the value of the liquidated energy in your monthly BLV, through the CCEE.
Yes. Negotiations in the Free Energy Market are bilateral and allow this type of transaction. Contact our team to receive a quote.
Simply state this need when you contact us and we will have no problem meeting your needs. We are flexible concerning payment schedule, though longer payment times will increase prices.
Yes, we can meet seasonal needs, supplying additional energy in the months it is required.