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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Renewable Energy In Brazil|
|Abstract:||The Brazilian primary energy supply has a significant proportion of renewable energy (40.9 %). Brazilian Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL, started in 1975) is the major program on renewable energy in Brazil and the biggest ethanol program in the World. Growing programs: the Program for Renewable Energy - PROINFA (wind, biomass and small hydroelectric stations), the Probiodiesel Program (a blend of diesel with a vegetable oil), hydrogen as a fuel and fuel cells, Flex-Fuel Vehicles (with free mixing of gasoline and ethanol); also, about 22 MW from wind energy. Other issues: Brazil and the Kyoto Protocol; the Brazilian emissions of CO2; projects concerning the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).|
|Editor:||Tapir Academic Press|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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