Guilherme, again, I managed to get the help of a specialist in the area to correct and improve your text:
I decided to choose my preferred institutions according to the similarity of the disciplines to those of my course and University. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is my first/favourite choice because its study and research program, and field of study for research groups are very similar to my current one. Another reason is that the professor who I assisted with his research also recommended it, as he did his PhD there, and according to him, it has the profile I'm looking for. This University has many courses on Power and Energy Systems, which is my favourite field in Electrical Engineering.
My second choice is University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. It has a colaborative agreement with my University, which means that the courses taken will be added to my academic transcript. It has several laboratories for practical classes that do not exist in my University (or my University does not) and it would be very useful to use such specialist equipment. All this combined, along with hardwork and thought, could facilitate advancement in my research.
The Ohio State University is my third option. It has also been afilliated with my University for many years. It has a research program about Renewable Energy, a subject that I find fascinating.
Note from the specialist: "Having worked in Universities for almost 18 years, I know that no University has infinite funds or availability (resources or specialist people) to be leaders in everything. Hence, they specilize in subjects and departments, along with facilities. So think carefully of all the factors involved in your choices, including the supporting facilities, town or city, and try not to come across as, adversely, criticising the other Universities".