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R$2 billion

billion savings in energy costs in the last 5 years.


consumption points.

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What our customers say about Ecom

At Ecom we found the ideal partnership to achieve efficient energy management, with predictability and saving essential for our business. In fact, we have closely monitors this management and provides accurate data that helps us in decision-making and facilitates our planning.

José Carlos Tafarelo

Conservas Olé

Since the Free Energy Market is still something very new for us, without a doubt, counting on Ecom since the beginning of our migrations was essential to understand this whole process and achieve our energy cost savings goals. In addition, the partnership and the exchange of knowledge on a daily basis gave us complete security. An essential support in achieving more budgetary predictability in our operation.

Roberta Azarias

Violeta Supermercados

Ecom Management has done an excellent job supporting Hyundai Mobis. The aways proactive serveice and care on the part of Management has made a difference and guarantees us peace of mind with matters relating to commercialization/management in the Free Energy Market.

Anderson Dourado Coladelli

Hyundai Mobis

Case Wickbold

Violeta Supermarket Case

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are no risks. As the local distributor remains responsible for physically delivering the energy in the same way as is already done. The electrical energy quality indicators DEC (equivalent interruption declaration), FEC (equivalent interruption frequency), DIC (individual interruption duration) and FIC (individual interruption frequency) continue to be measured in the same way and reimbursed by the local distributor.

There is no change in taxes or tax credit mechanism after migration. If your company is credited with a certain percentage before the migration, after the migration the credit will be in the same percentage.

There is no change in power supply after migration. It may only be necessary to change the meter, which must be provided by the distributor itself.

The captive consumer has only one energy bill in which the energy installments, sectoral charges and demand are highlighted After the migration, there will be two invoices, one from the distributor charging the contracted demand portion and sectoral charges and other from Ecom Energia covering the energy consumption charges . The captive consumer has two contracts with the distributor: the CUSD (Distribution System Use Contract) and the CCER (Regulated Energy Purchase Contract). The free consumer will maintain the CUSD with the local distributor, but will finish the CCER and sign a new energy purchase and sale contract on the free market with the Ecom Energia supplier.

As of 04/01/2024, any electricity consumer connected to medium or high voltage (billing group A) is eligible to migrate to the free electricity market. Before that, the consumer must have a minimum contracted demand of 500 kW.

No. The distributor is obliged to continue providing the energy distribution service to free consumers as normal.

This guarantee depends on the seller's ability and management to point out the best contracting moments for the consumer. Furthermore, at this moment, the free market is presenting the lowest electricity prices in the last 15 years.

There is no specific rule that determines a minimum or maximum duration, given that the contracts are bilateral. At this point we strongly recommend contracts of at least 5 years duration. This is because the minimum period that a consumer must remain on the free market is 5 years and the market presents the best window of opportunity for contracting energy in the last 15 years.

The migration can only be effective after at least 180 days since the notification of the migration to the local energy distributor in accordance with current regulations. However, there is only a single month of the year in which the consumer can migrate without paying any termination fine to the distributor, any other month of migration will result in termination fines relating to the early termination of the CCER.

Contract demand is the capacity of the energy distribution network made available to the consumer and is measured in kW. Electricity consumption is the measured energy consumed by the consumer in a specific month and is measured in kWh or MWh. It is possible to make a classic analogy with water pipes: the contracted demand would be the thickness of the pipe while the water passing through the pipe would be the energy consumed.

In the free electricity market, it is possible to contract 100% renewable energy. In addition, Ecom also evaluates opportunities for self-production, contracting I-RECs and carbon credits.

The main benefits are: significant reduction in electricity bills, non-application of tariff flags, same energy price during peak and off-peak periods, budget predictability and freedom to choose your own supplier.

The energy consumer in the free market is subject to market and credit risk. Market risk is related to when the consumer contracts energy at times of high prices. Credit risk is related to the energy supplier not complying with the prices agreed in the contract Both risks can be mitigated by the consumer by hiring a consultancy that works with a risk and market intelligence area, such as Ecom Energia.

Yes, it is possible to add demands through the load sharing process to reach the minimum of 500 kW to effectively migrate to the free electricity market. The sum of loads can be carried out if the consumer units have the same CNPJ root, that is, they have the same corporate name or if the two consumer units are in the same contiguous area, in which case there is no need for them to be the same company.

Yes, but only from 01/01/2024.

There may be a cost to adapt the measurement and billing system, which must be paid approximately 3 months before the migration takes place. . In the case of consumers who do not migrate through a retail supplier, they must join the CCEE (Electric Energy Trading Chamber), with an additional cost of R$ 7,924.00 per membership.