Brazil is in a hurry to start producing green hydrogen and electricity from wind turbines to be installed in the sea (marine wind turbines), the country's presidency disclosed on Thursday citing representatives participating in the the UN Climate Conference (COP-27), which is being held in Egypt.
"We need to accelerate the process of implementing clean energy projects because all countries want to lead this process," said the president of the Brazilian Wind Energy Association (ABEEólica), Elbia Gannoum.
Due to the climatic conditions (with sun and wind, as well as water), Brazil is considered a great world power . . .