“EnerSolar + Brazil has been established as one of the most important events that happen in the renewable energy sector, especially Solar Photovoltaic Energy. It is already part of the traditional circuit of trade fairs and congresses of the sector and ABGD, as in all years, will be present to disseminate information, knowledge and develop relations with professionals and companies in the market.
Carlos Evangelista, President of ABGD | Brazilian Association of Distributed Generation
“ABRACEEL is proud to support EnerSolar + Brazil institutionally, believing that we are in the right moment for an ever-greater insertion of renewable sources in the Brazilian electricity matrix. And the fair brings this debate to the public of the electric sector presenting the latest launches of the industry of alternatives in sustainable energy sources.”
Reginaldo Almeida de Medeiros, Executive President of ABRACEEL | Brazilian Association of Energy Marketers
“In a climate change scenario, discussing the sustainable expansion of low environmental impact sources, such as wind and solar energy, is not only desirable, but essential. This is a revolution that is no longer in the future, is happening now, in our backyards, roofs, in more than 430 wind farms generating energy in Brazil. And enabling ways for this revolution to continue is our primary goal at this time. In this context, events like EnerSolar + Brazil are of great relevance for the future of renewable energies”.
Elbia Gannoum, Executive President of ABEEOLICA | Brazilian Wind Energy Association
“Segments such as solar, photovoltaic and wind energy require EnerSolar + Brazil to be broadcast. Brazilian agribusiness needs to accelerate the step in this direction in the global decarbonization line of the planet. The world cries out for sustainability in energy production and we believe that Brazil has the potential to remain a leading player in this regard.
ABAG is pleased to support this event by being aware of Brazil’s competitive ability to use biomass from agribusiness for the generation of bioenergy. In 2016, it represented 9% of the power in Brazil’s electricity matrix, granted by the National Electric Power Agency (ANEEL)”.
Luiz Carlos Corrêa Carvalho, President of ABAG | Brazilian Association of Agribusiness
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