Energy companies are on the rise

The good winds have never been so well used.

Energy companies are on the rise, Priscilla Batista was hired on Schneider Eletric with the help of Marcia Pillat from United HR.
The good winds have never been so well used.
Last week, Brazil produced 6,704 megawatts of wind energy. More than the previous record, a day earlier (6,280) and what was recorded on September 13, 2016 (6.059).
The energy generated was sufficient to supply 3 million consumers for a full month. And it meant 11.42% of all electricity produced in the day, in the country.
Brazil has 457 wind farms, 80% of which are in the Northeast. Together, they have the capacity to produce 11.4 gigawatts of wind power. It's the equivalent of a Belo Monte mill. These followed records of energy production from the winds have two explanations. First, because new wind farms are being put into operation. In addition, we are only entering the harvest period. In Brazil, the winds are getting stronger from the middle of June until December. The best months are September and October. Therefore, the industry bet that many records will be broken by the end of 2017.
By 2020, another 287 parks will go into operation and will generate an additional 7 gigawatts of electricity. The production potential of this type of energy is immense. An account, made by the Brazilian Wind Energy Association, makes this clear. Source: LAFIS
The proposal for the reform of the electricity sector announced by the Ministry of Mines and Energy is correct. According to Marcia Pillat, CEO North America of United HR Coaching Solutions and affiliated with the Harvard Institute of Coaching, the measure opens up a possibility of reorganizing the industry model, which over time has undergone numerous interventions. "The initiative of a structured discussion based on principles allows us to choose more appropriate and participatory paths, allowing corrections of routes for which agents can contribute and improve. However, it is important to discuss adequately the counterpoint and alignment of the solutions," says Marcia Pillat.
Marcia Pillat says that overcoming the quota regime in principle is beneficial as it improves the allocation of risks and stimulates greater efficiency in the management and expansion of energy supply. "However, this measure, as well as the possibility of privatization of the plants, mainly in the processes of renewal of the concessions, should be conducted in a cautious way".
Another relevant aspect of the document, discussed with investors, is the expansion of the so-called free market. In this free market, the contracts of purchase and sale are negotiated freely between consumers and generators.
This measure is already implemented in Europe, the United States and Latin America. "Executives choose the power sector because of investments in infrastructure, transmission and power generation."
Priscilla Batista took a position in the fiscal financial area within Schneider Eletric, a French multinational company in the energy sector, after having worked in companies such as Odebrecht and JHSF.
Emmanueli Ebubechukwu, a market strategist at United HR informs that the competition is fierce for leaders from different sectors who aspire to pursue a career in such a promising industry. "The career coach emerges as a solution, strategically tailoring each professional to suit this new challenge," and mapped those sectors of the economy that had greater adherence to Priscilla Batista's profile.
"From our first contact, Marcia Pillat from United HR helped me to do my career analysis best. She introduced me to new procedures and optimized my curriculum, thereby increasing my opportunities in the market," says Priscilla.