By mid-2022, Brazil installed 2.7 GW of photovoltaics, more than in 2019

Data compiled by Absolar, the Brazilian photovoltaic industry association, puts the total installed capacity of that technology at 16.4 GW, 69% corresponding to distributed generation and 31% to centralized.

The Brazilian Association of Photovoltaic Solar Energy (Absolar) reports that the 16,414 MW of installed photovoltaic capacity represents 8.1% of the country's total electricity matrix, behind only hydro, which accounts for 53.9%, and wind, with 10.8%.

A relevant fact is that the 11,315 MW of distributed . . .

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