In the current context, replacing diesel with renewable energy sources is an urgent need and an opportunity to mitigate the effects of climate change. Diesel, a fossil fuel, is a major emitter of greenhouse gases (GHGs), contributing significantly to global warming. The transition to renewable energy is, therefore, a strategic action to reduce GHG emissions and move towards a more sustainable and ecological economy.
Brazil, a key player in global sustainability, sees vast potential in the carbon market and biogas. With the 7th highest greenhouse gas emissions, the nation is exploring strategies to mitigate these emissions.
Biogas and biomethane have stood out as promising alternatives in the Brazilian and global energy scenario. With the growing need for clean and sustainable energy sources, these biofuels emerge as viable and efficient solutions.
The GNPW Group is investing in clean and renewable energy through solar plants and biogas projects, aiming to combat climate change and bring socio-economic benefits. However, to accelerate climate action, more investment is needed. We all need to play our part in this fight.
The present time confronts us with a raw and undeniable reality: the urgency of dealing with climate change. Recent reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) indicate an acceleration of the effects of climate change, demanding more direct and effective measures from us. At the same time, we are witnessing an explosion of innovations in the renewable energy sector, with a growing awareness of the need for a transition to clean energy sources. Studies from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) show that renewable energy has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 70% by 2050.
The world is in the midst of an essential energy transition to ensure a more sustainable future. The search for renewable energy sources such as biogas and solar energy has been a powerful response to sustainability issues. These energy sources have the potential to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve energy security.
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!
Advances in climate change due to massive emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere have made society mobilize in favor of improvements. The conclusion is that decarbonization is urgent, especially for companies and sectors that pollute such as transport and industries.
The Legal Framework for Distributed Generation, instituted by Law No. 14,300 of 2022, completed one year of validity on January 6, 2023. Through the regulation of distributed generation, which has become an important source of renewable energy, its objective main objective was to encourage the development of projects of this type in the country. The new rule determines that those who manufacture their own energy will pay the distribution tariff, which does not happen today when they use grid energy.
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.