- Mar 4, 2022 1:59 pm GMT
Rising world inflation, the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the pandemic have brought a new and worrying scenario.
Brazil could stand out in the energy area, achieving and maintaining competitiveness by privileging abundantly available sources that can be converted with entirely national technology and, coincidentally, generating a minimum of emissions.
This is the case with hydroelectric plants. Brazil has a vast potential still unexplored, which can be used for energy generation, gathering super lean costs, proven reliability and availability.
If decisions are based on economic and/or environmental merits, Brazil could lead in the energy sector. A matter of decision, honesty and determination.
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