Two Thermoelectric plants in Bahia attract the attention of investors from companies worldwide, demonstrating interests and the possibility of doing business in Brazil, bringing very high investments and promising financial returns that will help to improve the National economy. The energy sector is among the most coveted in the dispute for bids that allow access to the long-awaited signed contract. Among world investors, the Chinese group Jiangsu Communication Clean Energy Technology (CCETC) has been standing out, which, later this month, will announce when it will start the investment project.
The investors will control the plants and all the management of the works and 50% of the operations, but the group's intention is to obtain 100% from the control of the two thermoelectric plants. With 143 MW of power each, the plants corresponded with profits for investors and the region where they are established. Diesel-powered thermoelectric plants in Brazil have been the target of several criticisms because of the costs, but the National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel) is quite optimistic since all these investments are expected since 2006.
The good news regarding investments in plants is that for them to work at full steam, many qualified, trained employees who have aptitude for health, safety and the environment are needed. Professionals from the most varied areas such as: boilermaking, electrical, maintenance, mechanics, automation, engineering, security, logistics, HR, occupational medicine, administration, general services and many other areas. We know that Brazil has gone through a very big crisis, it is natural that we lose confidence in the recovery of the economy and in political credibility, more believing in future job opportunities. Click on the following link and read one of our posts Ressignifying is necessary. Getting something good out of the situation will make you stronger.