Brazil is emerging as a leader in energy security, says minister

When we talk about food sovereignty to meet global needs, when we talk about energy sovereignty at the global level, Brazil is already a player, especially in a cleaner matrix that is less based on oil, gas and coal

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In recent years, the international markets' view of Brazil in energy security has changed, and the country is now considered necessary on the world stage.

This assessment comes from the Minister of Science, Technology, and Innovation, Paulo Alvim. Today (30) virtually participated in the Energy Seminar: evolution, challenges, and opportunities, sponsored by the Industrial Federation of Rio de Janeiro (Firjan) and the Technological Cluster of the Navy of Rio de Janeiro (CTN-RJ).

According to the Minister, Brazil is committed to producing sustainable, renewable, and clean energy, mainly based on biofuels, which Alvim believes is not . . .

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