Archives of Bioenergy

O Equilíbrio no Diálogo sobre Mudanças Climáticas e Transição Energética: Perspectivas Globais e Ações Concretas
The debate on climate change and energy transition is crucial at a time when we face unprecedented environmental challenges. This article examines the urgent need for international collaboration to address these challenges and explore the opportunities offered by the transition to cleaner, more sustainable energy sources.
Biomassa: O recorde brasileiro em 2023 e sua contribuição à transição energética
In 2023, Brazil reached important milestones in energy generation from biomass, with an average of 3,218 MW generated, equivalent to 4.6% of national energy consumption. This record, reported by CCEE, surpassed the previous one from 2020 (3,140 MWm), reflecting the continued growth and importance of biomass in the Brazilian energy mix.
BNDES defende biometano e SAF como primeiros passos antes do hidrogênio verde
Brazil, a country recognized for its wealth of natural resources and renewable energy potential, is positioning itself as a leader in the transition to a low-carbon economy. In this context, biomethane and green hydrogen emerge as protagonists, promising to revolutionize the national energy panorama.
O papel da biomassa na diversificação da matriz energética do SIN em 2023
In 2023, biomass consolidated its position as one of the main sources of renewable energy in Brazil, contributing significantly to the diversification of the national energy matrix. Its integration into the National Interconnected System (SIN) was driven by the record generation of 3,200 average MW, a milestone that highlights not only the energy potential of this source, but also its relevance for the country's energy security and environmental sustainability.
Brazil has stood out on the global stage as one of the leaders in the energy transition to more sustainable sources, particularly in the development and use of biofuels and the electrification of transport. The new industrial policy launched by the federal government highlights biofuels and electric vehicles as priorities, aiming for a cleaner and more sustainable transport energy matrix.
Transformando o Brasil em Líder de Sustentabilidade Global
Brazil's wealth of natural resources, including its vast biodiversity and large tracts of agricultural land, provides a solid foundation for bioenergy production. The use of agricultural byproducts, such as sugar cane, soybeans, and forest residues, for the production of biofuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel, exemplifies the integration between agriculture and energy, promoting a circular and sustainable economy.