Archives of Sustainable Energy

Energias renováveis e o futuro sustentável: o compromisso do Brasil na COP 28

Renewable energies and the sustainable future: Brazil’s commitment at COP 28

Facing the challenge of climate change, the transition to clean energies, particularly solar power, emerges as a crucial solution. Solar energy, boosted by technological advancements and cost reductions, offers a sustainable alternative to reduce carbon emissions. Brazil, with its vast natural resource potential, takes a leading role at the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 28).
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The Energy Transition in Piauí: The Case of Rio Poti Energia

The energy transition is an increasingly present reality in Brazil, and the state of Piauí has ​​stood out in this scenario. Rio Poti Energia, a company of the GNPW group, has been one of the protagonists of this change, investing in the development of sustainable and environmentally responsible generation projects.
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Ações para um futuro sustentável e livre de carbono

Actions for a sustainable and carbon-free future

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.
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A Transição Energética e a Importância do Escopo 3 para a Descarbonização Industrial

The energy transition and the importance of Scope 3 for industrial decarbonization

The article "The Energy Transition and the Importance of Scope 3 for Industrial Decarbonization" addresses the process of change in the global energy landscape, in which companies, particularly carbon-intensive ones, seek to reduce their ecological footprint. These companies are aligning themselves with demands from investors and regulators by adopting cleaner and renewable energy sources.
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GNPW, Os desafios da transição energética brasileira

The challenges of the Brazilian energy transition

A new study developed by the Brazilian Center for International Relations (Cebri), the Inter-American Development Bank (BID), the Energy Research Company (EPE), and the Center for Energy and Environmental Economics (Cenergia) outlined a complex but promising pathway for Brazil's energy transition to carbon neutrality by 2050.
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