Archives of Clean Energy

Qual a diferença entre sustentabilidade e ESG?
Do you know the difference between sustainability and ESG? It is common for people to confuse the terms and use them as synonyms, but, although they are expressions that converge in the daily lives of companies, there is a big difference between them.
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.
O crescimento da GD rural
The growth of rural DG in Brazil is being driven by rising energy values ​​and uncertainties about security of supply. In addition, the advancement of the Legal Framework for Distributed Generation (PL 5829/2019) in Congress are some factors pointed out to explain the growth.
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.
Qual a relação da agenda ESG com o desenvolvimento das empresas?
More and more companies are looking for an ESG agenda. In addition to seeking objectives aligned with the environment, society and corporate governance, organizations are also following global decarbonization goals, in the search for building a better world.
Incentivo ao biogás: entenda o Projeto de Lei proposto!
What are the existing actions to encourage biogas in the country? Understand what is the Bill 3.865/2021 presented in the Chamber of Deputies.
Produção de hidrogênio a partir do biogás
How is hydrogen produced from biogas? Hydrogen has great potential in the future to become a clean energy source. However, to date, its production is responsible for around 830 million tons of CO2 emissions per year, due to the use of natural gas and coal in the energy generation process.