A big push for sustainability in Brazil’s energy sector Input and evidence for policy coordination
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Today, Brazil and many countries around the world are seeking to stimulate economic recovery and improve people’s quality of life. In this context, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) of the United Nations has been developing the Big Push for Sustainability, a renewed approach to support the efforts of the countries of the region to design more sustainable development models, by coordinating policies to promote investments that will transform existing models. The ECLAC office in Brasilia and the Center for Strategic Studies and Management (CGEE), in conjunction with various partners, developed the Energy Big Push Brazil project, which provides evidence to promote innovation investments for a sustainable energy transition in Brazil. This publication aims to enhance readers’ understanding of the energy innovation investment landscape, the performance of low carbon technologies and the policy framework for building clean energy technological competencies, contributing to an energy big push in Brazil.
Introduction .-- I. Big Push for Sustainability .-- II. Overview of energy RD&D investments in Brazil .-- III. Performance indicators for low-carbon energy technologies .-- IV. Incentive mechanisms for energy innovation in Brazil .-- V. Final considerations and future developments.
TranslationSave Um grande impulso para a sustentabilidade no setor energético do Brasil: subsídios e evidências para a coordenação de políticas
SerieDocumentos de Proyectos
ECLAC Subtopics2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ; ENERGY ; PUBLIC POLICIES ; SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ; ENVIRONMENT
United Nations SubtopicsSUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ; ENERGY RESOURCES ; TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS ; SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ; INVESTMENTS ; RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ; CARBON ; ENERGY POLICY ; ENERGY TECHNOLOGY ; 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Country / RegionBRAZIL
Project(s)Proyecto "Sendas de desarrollo sostenible para países de ingresos medios en el marco de la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible en América Latina y el Caribe (2018-2020)"