O Setor de Transmissão de Energia Elétrica Brasileira: O Ingresso de Empresas Espanholas (The Brazilian Sector of Electricity Transmission: Entrance of Spanish Companies)

Pablo Martins Cassaro (pablocassaro@usp.br)1, Erik Eduardo Rego (erikrego@usp.br)1, Virginia Parente (vparente@iee.usp.br)1, Celma Oliveira Ribeiro (celma@usp.br)1

1Universidade de São Paulo

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: March 2016
Volume: 14,   Issue: 3 
ISSN: 1548-0992

The first period of the history of Brazilian electrical transmission between the beginning of the demand for electricity from the 1920s to the privatization of the 1990s was marked by broad participation of large state Brazilian companies in electricity transmission sector. In the second period, mainly from political, economic and legislative 1990s, it was possible to become the most competitive and interesting sector to domestic and foreign entrepreneurs. Under a solid scenario legal, political, economic and fiscal, Spanish companies with protection of his government and focused on expanding the market, till them largely European, come explore the Brazilian energy market actively participating in the public service concession auctions of transmission promoted by National Electricity Agency (ANEEL).

Index Terms:
Electricity transmission, overhead power line, Brazilian electric sector   

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