RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the growing participation of wind and solar energy, the Brazilian energy matrix is becoming increasingly sustainable.
As shown in the 2018 Annual Energy Balance of the Energy Research Company (EPE), Brazil's Northeast has stood out by having about eighty percent of the country's wind turbines, in addition to countless photovoltaic modules to capture sunlight.
Interestingly, even before starting to generate energy, the implementation of infrastructure is already beginning to change significantly the routine of cities by changing land use, creating local jobs, and attracting groups of workers to invest in services.
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