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CóDIGO DE áGUAS. Código de águas, 1934. Departamento Nacional de água e Energia Elétrica. Ministério das Minas e Energia. Brasília: DNAEE, 1980.
http://www2.camara.leg.br/legin/fed/decret/1930-1939/decreto-24643-10-julho-1934-498122-publicacaooriginal-1-pe.html

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  • TITLE: Energy Planning Considering the Policy Dimension Seeking for Sustainable Development

    AUTHORS: Martim Debs Galvão, Luis Natal Rossi, Andre Luiz Veiga Gimenes, Miguel Edgar Morales Udaeta

    KEYWORDS: Planning, Public Planning, Energetic Planning, Political Dimension, Resources Integrated Planning

    JOURNAL NAME: Energy and Power Engineering, Vol.10 No.6, June 15, 2018

    ABSTRACT: The objective of this work is to analyze the intrinsic aspects for policy dimension inside the energy planning and energy long term sustainability. In that sense, the methodology intends to take the Brazilian example as a case study and offer a somewhat unorthodox perspective on the subject of State energy planning. This matter is, beyond a purely technical question or a problem for the field of exact sciences, a point of primary interest to the field of social and human sciences. More the backbone methodology in this research is the Integrated Energy-Resources Planning (IRP), chosen for its ability to integrate both the supply and demand perspectives in the discussions about energy planning [1] [2]. A historical perspective is a guideline to approach issue: starting at the early Twentieth century, this study covers the major landmarks of the country energy concern to the present day; particularly noteworthy are the implications of the realpolitik—that is, the elements in politics that are developed within the institutional frameworks, such as governmental plans and decisions. As a result, it presents a complex picture, which we try to understand from the perspective of supply and demand integration. The originality of the study lies in the refusal to accept fallacious technical statements, as we consider the issue primarily a human and social problem, but considering the validity of technical statements that are correct.