Although energy tariffs are already on the rise, the worsening water crisis has raised the possibility of a new red flag adjustment next September. The decision on the change of tariff will be made by ANEEL (National Electric Energy Agency), next Tuesday (31). Experts explain that due to the low levels of hydroelectric plants, thermoelectric plants need to be activated, and this factor generates the increase in production, which is consequently passed on to the consumer.
Although the announcement generated surprise and apprehension in consumers, who already suffer from the high price of various services and products, The Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes, showed not to consider this as a problem. "What's the problem now that the energy is going to get a little more expensive because it rained less?" said the minister, who surprised some people with the speech that minimizes the situation.
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