Renewable Energy Auctions in Brazil

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Renewable Energy Auctions in Brazil

Benchmark & Complete History in Perspective

Product ID: P160002-02-20-1.0
Version: 1.0
Release: November 2020
Volume: 70 Pages

The success of our future often depends on how well we understand the past. For the increasingly competitive renewable energy auctions in Brazil, a history of winners, losers, and evolving criteria can lay the foundation for a successful strategy.

A complete history of renewable energy auction results in perspective. This in-depth report explores the whole history of Brazil’s renewable energy auctions to unearth the knowledge and insights that guide successful projects. This is an invaluable resource for all investment teams and decision-makers considering or developing projects in this new era for Brazi, the most exciting renewable energy market in the world.

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Table of Contents

  1. Introduction

  2. Brief Analysis of the Brazilian Energy Sector

    2.1 INSTITUTIONAL AGENTS
    2.2 BRAZIL’S ENERGY MIX
    2.2.1 Evolution of Brazil’s installed capacity (2017-2020)

  3. Profile of the Regulated Market in Brazil

  4. Energy Generation Auctions in Brazil

    4.1 REGULATION FOCUSED ON RENEWABLE SOURCES
    4.2 TECHNICAL QUALIFICATION
    4.2.1 Technical qualification and its criteria for wind power ventures
    4.2.2. Technical qualification and its criteria for photovoltaic ventures

    4.3 TYPES OF GENERATION AUCTIONS

    4.3.1. A-N Auctions
    4.3.2. New Energy Auction
    4.3.3. Structuring Auction or Structuring Project Auction
    4.3.4. Renewable Energy Auction
    4.3.5. Existing Energy Auction
    4.3.6. Adjustment Auction
    4.3.7. Reserve Energy Auction
    4.4 ANALYSIS OF ENERGY TRADING AGREEMENTS IN THE REGULATED MARKET
    4.4.1. Forward periods and supply deadlines
    4.4.2. Modalities
    4.4.3. Guarantees
    4.4.4. Penalties
    4.4.5. Relevant aspects
    4.4.6. Adaptations for solar and wind power sources
    5. The Importance of Auctions in Promoting Renewable Sources
    5.1 HISTORY OF RENEWABLE ENERGIES IN BRAZILIAN AUCTIONS
    5.1.2. Evolution of renewable sources in generation auctions
    5.1.3. Qualified volumes and contracted volumes
    5.1.4. Prices
    5.1.5. Discount
    5.1.6. Winners’ profile and analysis
    5.2. PERSPECTIVES AND OBSTACLES
    5.2.1. Competitiveness factors in Brazil
    5.2.2. Trends and expectations
    6. Conclusion
    7. Bibliographic References

Figures:

  1. Installed capacity by source type (kW) 
  2. EPE’s technical qualification pillars 
  3. Registered power at A-4 Auctions by year 
  4. Registered power at A-6 Auctions by year 
  5. Participation of each source in the auctions (capacity percentage of registered projects) 
  6. Total wind power ventures analyzed each year 
  7. Reasons for lack of qualification in wind power projects by year 
  8. Lack of qualification for environmental licensing 
  9. Percentage of qualified wind power projects, detailed by anemometric measurement time, by year 
  10. Averages for turbines’ nominal power, rotor diameter, and cube axis height 
  11. Average capacity factor (%) and height, diameter, and specific power indexes 
  12. Average deadline for implementing wind farms (in months) 
  13. Estimated capital expenditure for the qualified wind power ventures, by year, in R$/kW 
  14. Results of technical qualification for photovoltaic ventures in the last energy auctions 
  15. Main reasons for lack of qualification in photovoltaic projects for the 2018 and 2019 auctions 
  16. Proportion of direct current (DC) power of technically qualified projects, by solar energy technology, at  each auction 
  17. Average power of photovoltaic panels by technology at each auction 
  18. Proportion of DC power of photovoltaic projects qualified by number of cells 
  19. Inverter Sizing Factor by auction 
  20. Expenditure capital (R$/kWp) declared in the auctions for photovoltaic ventures 
  21. Expenditure capital variation in US$/kWp by auction 
  22. Relative weight of total budget costs in photovoltaic projects (averages) 
  23. Types of generation auctions 
  24. General result of auctions by period 
  25. Amount of energy contracted in MWavg (2005-2019)
  26. Energy contracting through auctions: from 2005 to 2009 
  27. Energy contracting through auctions: from 2009 to 2014 
  28. Energy contracting through auctions: from 2014 to 2019 
  29. Qualified volumes for solar and wind power sources from 2017 to 2019 
  30. Result of generation auctions 
  31. Percentage of guaranteed power output for solar and wind power sources 
  32. Contracted guaranteed power output for solar and wind power sources between 2017 and 2019
  33. Average prices and power by auction 
  34. Average contracted price by source 
  35. Average price updated by source 
  36. Ceiling price, contracted power, and average contracting price for wind power until 2019 
  37. Contracted power and average prices for photovoltaic at each auction 
  38. National x International: wind power winners 
  39. National x International: photovoltaic winners 
  40. Participation in the generation market by company type
  41. Evolution of final consumption by scenario 

 

Tables:

  1. Brazil’s energy mix (2020) 
  2. Annual installed capacity (2017-2020) 
  3. Agreements’ deadlines in the ACR 
  4. LEN Results: contracted energy (MWm) 
  5. LPE Results: contracted energy (MWm) 
  6. LFA Results: contracted energy (MWavg) 
  7. LER Results: contracted energy (MWavg) 
  8. Qualified volumes by auction 
  9. Traded amount and selling prices for photovoltaic power at each auction 
  10. Percentage of average discount for solar and wind power auctions, from 2017 to 2019