Brazil pledges a target of 45% renewable energy by 2050

Brazil has now moved past the 7 gigawatts (GW) mark of total installed renewables – and has set the ambition of 45% of its energy needs being generated in similar form by 2050. Compared to other high-population nations elsewhere in the world, Brazil is lagging in renewables installations, but the nation has just moved past the 3 GW mark on installed of large-scale solar, and is also reported to have a further 4 GW of remote-generation solar in place. In the past eight years, investment in solar – the leading form of renewable energy authorities in Brasilia are said to be leaning towards – has surpassed US$ 6.8 billion but this is now only generating 1.6% of the nation’s annual […]

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