Archives of Clean Energy

Produção de biogás e biometano: governo lança incentivo!
To encourage the production of biogas and biomethane in Brazil, the government launched measures for the sector. The actions are in line with the commitments made by the country at the 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) to decarbonize the energy matrix. Currently, Brazil uses only 2% of what it could produce from these fuels. In other words, there is a huge space for development in the area, however, investments and legislation are essential for this growth.
Como gerar energia a partir de aterros sanitários
The energy generated from landfills contributes to a reduction in the emission of greenhouse gases, in addition to providing a correct and better disposal of organic waste. Landfills are the main resources used by government entities for disposal and treatment of solid waste produced by the population.
Entenda o que é o programa metano zero
The Federal Government launched, in March 2022, <a href="https://www.gov.br/mma/pt-br/assuntos/climaozoniodesertificacao/MinutaProgramaMetanoZero.pdf" target="_blank" rel="noopener">the zero methane program</a>. The objective of the project is to stimulate the transformation of gas, which is harmful to the greenhouse effect, into biofuel with financing from public banks.
Qual a relação do biometano e da mobilidade sustentável?
How can biomethane be the future of sustainable mobility? The urgency to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions has brought to light a term that is increasingly used and put into practice: the energy transition.
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.