RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The federal government, through the Ministry of Environment, on Wednesday, November 3, took part in the opening of the first clean energy panel in the Brazilian agenda for COP26.
During the debate, in Glasgow, Scotland, it announced that Brazil will have 50% of its energy matrix clean by 2030. The goal was previously 48%.
"We have a range of international agendas, in which Brazil has been very actively present, highlighting its commitment to the energy transition to a low carbon future. The Brazilian energy sector is very well positioned in this process," Albuquerque said.
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