A publication by the Energy Research Company (EPE) shows that sugarcane biomass represents 19.1% of the internal energy supply (IOE) or 39.5% of all renewable energy used in Brazil. Separately, sugarcane has already positioned the country as a global reference in clean energies, contributing to a participation above the world average, 13.8% of renewables in the matrix, and developed countries members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 11%.
Source: Portal do Agronegocio
Distributed generation should attract approximately R$ 16.7 billion ($3.2 bn) in investments this year, according to federal deputy Lafayette de Andrada, rapporteur of bill 5.829/2019, which provides for the implementation of a legal framework for DG in the country. The proposal is being processed in an urgent regime in the House of Representatives The main source for the modality is solar, which last year accounted for investments of R$ 11 billion ($2 bn) in systems installed on roofs, facades or small rural sites.
Source: Energia Hoje
Banco Original has revised the growth projection for Brazil for this year, previously 4.1%, to 5.5%. The revision comes after the release of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the first quarter of 2021, which showed expansion of 1.2% compared to the fourth quarter of 2020 and exceeded the bank’s previous expectations.
Source: 6 Minutos
Brazil could obtain 900 million euros ($1.05 bn) in additional revenue per year if it imposes a minimum global tax rate of 15% on Brazilian multinationals under a future tax agreement that may receive the green light from the G20 in July in Venice, Italy. The estimate is from the European Observatory on Taxation, based in Paris and financed by the European Union (EU).
Source: Valor Investe
Brazil has reached the historic mark of 9 GW of operational power in large photovoltaic plants and small and medium systems installed on roofs, facades and lands, informs a survey of the Brazilian Photovoltaic Solar Energy Association (Absolar), indicating that the source brought more than R$ 46 billion ($8.5bn) in investments and 270 thousand jobs to the country.
Source: Canal Energia