Brazil aims to reach 2030 with 30% renewable fuels for motor vehicles

The Fuel of the Future program, launched in April this year, aims to increase the share of renewable and low-emission fuels in Brazil's energy matrix.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is currently ranked second in the world in biodiesel production and is the largest producer of ethanol from sugar cane, said the Ministry of Mines and Energy's (MME) Secretary of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels, José Mauro Coelho.

Brazil's energy and transportation matrix is one of the cleanest in the world, according to Secretary Mauro Coelho. About 25% of the fuel it uses comes from renewable sources, and the goal is to reach 2030 with a 30% share. "This is unique in the world."

The Fuel of the Future program will be partly . . .

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