Brazil: ONS forecasts rise in reservoir levels for the last week of the year

The operator's report also projects a 0.6% decrease in the energy load in the country, compared to December 2020.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National System Operator (ONS) on a report released on Thursday, December 23, forecasts an increase in the level of reservoirs of the National Integrated System's (SIN) four subsystems for next week, December 25 through 31.

As a result of the rainfall expected for the period, the Southeast/Midwest subsystem, which accounts for some 70% of Brazil's energy generation, will reach 24.9% of its storage capacity.

Last week, the subsystem's reservoir level stood at 21.1%. The forecast for the South, Northeast and North subsystems is that they will reach 41.1 . . .

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