With the steady growth in the prices of electric power bills and the taxation that the National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel) intend to impose on consumers who use solar panels, ECON came to take clean and sustainable electric power, for a fair price, to every Brazilian’s house.
Although the charge possibility is imminent, there are other ways to save, even if it’s not
directly on electric power bills. This is when ECON steps into the scene, a company that with
a shared energy model has saved all the work of those who would like to be part of it,
allowing these people a high profitability, without bureaucracy and even without knowledge
on this area. Since every investment required for the implementation of a power plant is
shared, consequently all become quota holders and receive a percentage of the business
With affordable investment quotas and an extremely attractive return rate of up to 30% per
month, ECON is experiencing a vertiginous growth as the same pace as solar power around
the world, which increases 1,300% per year.
Thus, the company gives the possibility that the power producer profit much more than if
she or he had installed the system in their own house and also helps the environment.