The Ilumina Institute concluded that by the end of the year, the country should have the most expensive energy tariff in the world. For the director, Roberto D'Araújo, the increase in surplus values is a kind of blackout, because without being able to pay the high fees, people end up losing access to energy.
"It is necessary to reject the comfortable attribution of guilt to St. Peter. Of course, new charges have arisen to help the poorly scheduled supply and raise the price of energy," said D'Araújo, who believes that red flags are not justified only by the lack of rain and stress that one cannot ignore the mismanagement of the system and energy supply.
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