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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 evolution of Distributed Generation in Brazil!
In a simplified way, distributed generation is the possibility for Brazilian consumers to generate their own electricity, either from renewable sources or qualified cogeneration. The standard came into effect in 2012, through ANEEL Normative Resolution No. 482/2012.