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Warren Buffett’s Secret Solar Play

Jeff Siegel

Written By Jeff Siegel

Posted August 7, 2023

It happened about two years ago.

While sifting through my morning intel, I came across something that piqued my interest…

Warren Buffett-backed company BYD Co. had quietly increased its solar panel production in Brazil and increased its workforce by 20%. 

I needed to find out why, so I did some digging and discovered that overall demand for solar power equipment had been on a tear, with some of the biggest increases happening from early 2020 to mid-2021. 

Long story short: This wasn’t just about BYD, despite some folks calling this Warren Buffett’s secret solar play. This was about something much bigger happening with Brazil’s entire energy economy.

You see, the same day I read about BYD’s decision to increase solar panel production in Brazil, I also found the following news headlines through a Brazilian newsfeed.

Check them out:

  • "Sungrow to Supply Inverters for 475-MWp Solar Project in Brazil"
  • "Powertis Breaks Ground on Two Solar Parks in Brazil Totaling 225 MW"
  • "Brazil Distributed Solar Power Generation Hits 5 GW"
  • "NextTracker to Supply Solar Trackers for Brazilian Solar Plant"
  • "Copel Switches on 3-MW Solar System in Brazil"
  • "Celeo Redes Plans up to 500-MW Solar Project in Brazil's Piaui State"

Now fast-forward to today, when the latest data from the Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency shows that Brazil’s solar industry continues to defy even the most aggressive growth expectations. 

In fact, solar is now the second-largest electric power source in the country, ahead of coal, gas, oil, and nuclear. Only hydropower provides more electricity in Brazil. 

So with growth like that, you know somebody’s getting rich…

And I found out who that was.

It was a group of investors that got a first-mover advantage on early-stage Brazilian solar power projects that pay double-digit, monthly returns for as long as 20 years.

Full disclosure: I’ve personally benefited from these Brazilian solar deals myself.

But I’m not telling you about this now to chest-pound.

Instead, I’m telling you about this now because a new deal opened up for Energy and Capital readers to get some of this Brazilian solar action, too…

Two new solar power projects in Brazil that are also offering estimated internal rates of return in the double digits. 

So I ran the numbers for you to make sure it’s worth your time and found that with a monthly investment of just $500, you could potentially walk away with more than $318,000. 

Check it out…


If you double your investment up to $1,000, you’re looking at an estimated take-home of $637,568.


That’s more than a half million dollars’ worth of monthly income — all from a handful of carefully selected solar power projects in Brazil.

And here’s the best part…

You don’t need a broker, and you don’t have to pay any brokerage fees to get access to these monthly dividend checks.

With this monthly income deal, you simply go straight to the source.

And to make it as easy as possible for you, I even put together this short report that gives you step-by-step instructions on how you can start earning these monthly dividend checks right away.

To a new way of life and a new generation of wealth…

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