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Brazil's power grid has come a long way since the 2001 energy crisis, which resulted in nine months of electricity rationing. The sector has grown at a steady pace in order to keep up with the country's (until recently) booming economy and shifting demographics. But Brazil now faces a host of challenges related to its historical reliance on hydroelectricity and underdeveloped thermoelectric market.
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