By Scarlet Bringuenti Bennett
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Solar and wind energy development is set to grow in Brazil over the next 5-10 years, and according to some reports, may account for 8.12 percent and 0.95 percent of the Brazilian electricity usage.
In a recent report by local media outlet O Globo, the cost of solar power equipment is predicted to drop by fifty percent, which in turn will boost the growth of the distribution from the consumers themselves.
According to the World Energy Council's 2016 report, "Global installed capacity for solar-powered electricity has seen . . .