Brazil, with its rich biodiversity, is poised to lead the green hydrogen revolution, a clean and renewable energy source. This move can strengthen the economy, attract foreign investments, and combat climate change.
The PDE 2032 brings important perspectives for the Brazilian energy sector, forecasting a 50% reduction in GHG emissions by 2030. The expansion of renewable sources and the electrification of road transport are some of the main mitigation strategies. Let's build a more sustainable future together!
With the successive growth in clean energy projects in Brazil, it is possible that, by 2030, around 50% of the Brazilian energy matrix will be renewable. In 2022 alone, generation capacity increased by 8.2 GW, second only to 2016, which had an increase of 9.5 GW.
The relationship between biogas and urban mobility is an increasingly present theme in discussions about the planet's climate future. The search for alternatives to reduce the pollution caused by vehicles powered by fossil fuels has led governments and companies to invest in new technologies. One of the solutions that is gaining space is biogas, a natural gas produced from the decomposition of organic matter.
According to the Energy Research Company (EPE), projections of net natural gas production in the country should grow 4% over the next ten years, in relation to the current Ten-Year Energy Expansion Plan (PDE) 2031.
The debate on climate change has stimulated several countries to seek measures to stop this advance and, in Brazil, it was no different. Therefore, the regulated carbon market was created in the country with the intention of developing initiatives to mitigate emissions.
Distributed generation is, without a doubt, one of the best concepts that have emerged in recent years, mainly because of the facilities and benefits it promotes.
The use of biofuels by companies has been increasing due to the growing commitment to complying with good ESG practices, acronym for Environmental, Social and Governance, which consists of a set of practices adopted by companies for the conservation of the environment.
Bioenergy is energy created from biomass that can be used both for the production of electricity and for the generation of heat and biofuels. Biomass is organic matter that can be of animal or plant origin. In other words, bioenergy can be generated from several sources, each of which has different characteristics and efficiency.
With the need for an energy transition and the increase in energy costs due to the Russian war, biofuels based on solid waste become a solution to stop the crisis and instabilities generated by energy.