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What’s Wrong with Brazil’s Once-Thought-Indestructible Petrobras

It is widely believed that the countries which best manage their energy needs today ...

Brazil to Invest US$ 2.5 Billion in Wind Farms This Year

After counting for generation on hydroelectricity for about 80% of it energy need Brazil ...

Present and Future of Ethanol Are Bleak in Brazil

Brazil’s minister of Mines and Energy, Edson Lobão, explained that neither the Brazilian government ...

Brazil’s Goal: Getting from Wind 10% of All Its Energy in a Decade

Nowadays, nearly 70% of the energy generated in Brazil comes from large hydroelectric plants. ...

Lula’s Answer to Belo Monte’s Friendly Fire: We Can Do It Alone

Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva declared that the Belo Monte power plant ...

Brazil Needs One Belo Monte a Year, Say Energy Experts

Brazil’s economic growth over the next decade or so will require an additional 4,000 ...

Brazil’s Backstage Efforts to Push Belo Monte Through

Following judicial battles that left at least two court injunctions overturned, the April 20 ...

Energy Crisis: After Brazilians Visit Venezuela Sends Its Technicians to Brazil

Venezuela is sending its technicians to Brazil to examine the energy grid, especially how ...

Sergipe in Brazil to Produce Wind Energy Enough for Town of 200,000

Sergipe, in Brazil’s Northeast, up to 2011, should be producing enough wind energy to ...

Brazil Expecting 9.4% Growth in Energy Consumption in 2010

Brazil’s consumption of electric energy in 2010 should rise 9.4% over 2009. The figures, ...