Agribusiness is a sector that needs electricity to carry out much of its activities. And solar is one of the most promising energy alternatives for the future. According to CNA, energy generation on rural properties will strongly contribute to sustainable development in the countryside and to the diversification of the energy matrix through renewable sources linked to agribusiness.
Source: Portal Agronegocio
A study carried out by Instituto Escolhas in partnership with CIBiogás indicates that Amapá could generate 15 million cubic metres of biogas per year from solid urban waste and fish farm waste. It would serve 50,000 people per year, and in the blackout it could avoid losing local products,
Source: Energia Hoje
The federal government launched a package of measures to stimulate tourism in the country at an event in the Palácio do Planalto. Called “Resumption of Tourism”, the project seeks: preservation of businesses and jobs; improvement of the structure and qualification of destinations; implementation of biosafety protocols; and promotion and incentive to travel.
Source: Valor Investe
The free contracting environment (FTA) will play a key role in the expansion of renewable sources in Brazil, representatives of the solar sector evaluated during the ABSOLAR Inside program. For entrepreneurs and experts, the free market has been the main driver of the growth of photovoltaic projects in the country in 2020.
Source: Portal Solar
Brazil’s solar energy industry has been experiencing a resumption, but the booming demand comes while manufacturers mainly in Asia still suffer limitations, which has generated some shortage in the market. Imports of photovoltaic modules into Brazil in September totalled around 533MW, almost double the August figure and the highest volume since March.
Source: UOL Economia