Cíntia Flesch

Job Title
Energy Engineer
Methos Renováveis

Cíntia Flesch was born in Vale do Sol/RS . She graduated in Energy Engineering in 2021 at UNIPAMPA, with a focus on migrating consumers from the regulated contracting environment to the free contracting environment, developing a tool that performs the feasibility analysis and payback of these consumers called MOVEE -ACL. In 2021, he started his master's degree at the Center of Excellence in Energy and Power Systems at UFSM. She will conclude her master's degree by showing how and what procedures consumers in the ACL need to go through to become APE Electric Energy Self-Producers or to migrate their captive generation to the APE modality.
At the moment, she works with consultancy for companies that aim to migrate to the APE modality and regulatory consultancy for photovoltaic systems of the ACR. He works at Methos Renováveis, a company of the Mercatto Energia group, an economic group located in Farroupilha/RS.

August 30, 2023Transition Process from DG or Free Market to Self-Production


Further Content

Wes Stein, Chief Research Scientist for Solar Technologies at CSIRO

CSP – How Concentrated Solar Power Works

The smarter E Podcast Episode 150 | Language: English

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With CSP we can achieve high temperatures of 150 - 1500 Celsius to drive power cycles or industrial processes such as cement production or green hydrogen. But how far along is CSP technology? Wes Stein will give us the answer to this and other questions.

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How Solar PV Is Helping to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals in Africa

The smarter E Podcast Episode 149 | Language: English

September 7, 2023

Africa has a huge untapped solar potential. The integrated solar water desalination project at Lodwar Hospital in Kenya is a flagship project that contributes to several Sustainable Development Goals.

Webinar Collection

Indian Solar Energy Market Outlook

September 20, 2022

India is home to the 4th largest installed Renewable Energy Capacity, and 5th largest Solar Energy capacity in the world, with an ambitious target of 500 GW Non – Fossil Fuel Energy Capacity by 2030.


Post Show Report The smarter E South America 2022

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Industry News

Brazilian electricity mix solarizes significantly in 2022

January 09, 2023

Solar energy has experienced a strong boost in Brazil in 2022 – finishing the year with an installed capacity of 23,9 GW and thereby overtaking wind with 23,8 GW as the second largest electricity generation source.

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