Archives of Biomass

Por que investir em biogás no Brasil?
What is the future of biogas in Brazil? In 2019, production reached 1.8 billion cubic meters. However, there is a forecast of reaching 30 million m3 of biogas per day by 2030, with the total number of plants jumping from the 548 registered in 2019 to around a thousand plants.
Como o biogás da agropecuária ajuda na demanda de energia nacional?
Is it possible to develop biogas in agriculture? In recent years, the agricultural sector has been one of the main drivers of economic growth in Brazil. Following this development, the energy sector has seen in this market a way of generating energy and achieving sustainability goals, such as those agreed at COP26.
Como funciona a geração distribuída compartilhada?
Do you know how shared distributed generation (GDC) works? GD in Brazil was regulated by the National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel) in 2012 through Resolution 482. Its objective was to enable Brazilians to produce their own energy from renewable sources — such as wind, solar and biomass sources — and to supply the surplus for the distribution network.
Geração distribuída no Brasil: conheça as principais fontes
Do you know what are the main sources of distributed generation used in Brazil? Distributed generation is a model in which consumers can generate their own energy. In addition to bringing savings and freedom to consumers, GD, as a system that decentralizes energy production, is also important for the electrical system that becomes more stable and less dependent on hydroelectric plants.
Renewables: the development of the MSW market in the country!
The updating of the sanitation legal framework created a new environment for the development of the RSU and renewables market in the country. The new basic sanitation framework aims to improve access and universalization of water and sewage services. But, in addition, the changes also attract new investments and benefit the urban solid waste energy recovery market (USW).
The importance of biomass for the energy matrix
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.
Biomass powered thermoelectric plants: understand the growth of this model!
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 […]
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