Brazil, Latin America’s largest economy, has been hit hard by recession, political turmoil and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brazil’s economic growth depends, to a significant degree, on generating sufficient low-cost energy supply to meet future needs in an affordable manner. Given its natural resources, and the innovations now available for harnessing them, investment in renewable energies has the potential to support Brazil’s economy and contribute to reduction of carbon emissions.
ASI is currently implementing the Brazil Energy Programme (BEP), to support Brazil’s energy transition to a lower carbon economy. The programme aims to leverage Brazil’s enormous potential as a global leader in renewable energies for social impact.