Open Banking inspiration: Brazilian consumer organization Abraceel pushes for Open Energy

According to the association, this measure can increase competition in the sector and reduce energy tariffs.

The Brazilian Association of Electric Energy Consumers (Abraceel) has decided to send the National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel) a letter supporting the request for a regulatory sandbox on Open Energy presented by Lemon Energia, according to MegaWhat.

According to the association, this measure can increase competition in the sector and reduce energy tariffs.

Inspired by Open Banking, Open Energy assumes that consumers own their own electricity consumption data and, therefore, should be free to share them whenever and however they wish, in line with the General Protection Law of Data (LGPD). According to Abraceel, the data must be made available . . .

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