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Meeting Brazil's growing energy demand with renewable sources and fostering efficient energy use.

energy for the


future

Brazil's energy sector is comparatively low in emissions: Hydropower accounts for 85% of its electrical energy supply. The challenge is to keep climate change greenhouse gas emissions low, while meeting the higher energy needs generated by economic growth and bringing electricity to four million rural households. Brazil's potential to use wind power solar thermal energy, photovoltaic cells and biogas is enormous. And one of the reasons why Brazil plays an influential role in the world's future climate.




working with new


energies

The untapped potential of wind- and solar power in Brazil is estimated at 500 GW - enough to meet the growing energy demand in coming decades. Harnessing these energy sources, while catering for economic development and energy consumption by promoting greater energy efficiency is the challenge for the future.



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