The bioenergy industry in Brazil has grown significantly, representing almost 20% of the country's energy supply. With technological advances and government support, companies such as Grupo Urca Energia and Gás Verde are leading the way in biomethane production, contributing to a more sustainable future.
Currently, energy generation from biomass is responsible for 9% of the country's energy. See growth prospects. Biomass is any biodegradable fraction of organic matter products and waste, which can be used in energy generation. With the water crisis, there was a need to activate thermoelectric plants to meet the country's energy demand.
According to CCEE, in May 2021, thermoelectric plants that used sugarcane bagasse accounted for 33% of the energy supply coming from thermoelectric plants. Waste that was once a problem for the producer is now a source of renewable energy generation. Biomass-powered thermoelectric plants, such as sugarcane bagasse, wood and forestry industry residues, have a high […]