According to the Energy Research Corporation, Brazil’s renewable energy accounts for 85.4% of domestically-produced energy. Much of this is done through the use of wind power. The first wind turbine was installed in 1992, and since then, the government has created the Program for Incentive of Alternative Electric Energy Sources. The program encourages the use of renewable energy, such as wind power, biomass, and hydroelectric power. The use of wind power is increasing Brazil’s objective to decrease greenhouse gas emissions, enhance energy security, and create jobs. Brazil also uses other forms of alternative energy, such as sugarcane ethanol.
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