Brazil, the largest economy in Latin America, is emerging as a leader in the field of renewable energy. On August 16, the country will host the Brazil Future Energy Virtual Summit, an event that will bring together the main companies in the renewable energy sector that operate in the Brazilian market. This event, organized by the Future Energy Summit, will be a platform to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the largest energy market in Latin America.
The event, which will take place from 9 am to 12 noon (GMT -3), will have the participation of 20 companies and four discussion panels. Discussion topics will range from Brazil’s energy vision and future trends to technological advances and efficiency in the wind and solar industry.
The first panel, entitled “Brazil’s energy vision: trends and projections for the future”, will include the participation of leaders from solar energy companies such as JA Solar, Growatt, Seraphim, Soltec, Atlas Renewable Energy and Denham Capital. This panel will provide an overview of the direction Brazil is taking in terms of renewable energy and projections for the future.
The second panel, “New perspectives for solar energy innovation and technological solutions in Brazil”, will focus on emerging innovations and technologies in the field of solar energy. Representatives from leading companies such as Gohobby, First Solar, Risen, MTR Solar and DAS Solar will share their knowledge on the latest innovations and technological solutions in the solar field.
The third panel, “Technological advances and efficiency in the wind industry for a 100% renewable Brazil”, will focus on the wind industry and the technological advances that are contributing to a Brazil that operates entirely with renewable energy. This panel will have the participation of prominent companies such as Barlovento, Cummins, WEG and Nordex, as well as the presence of ABEEólica.
Finally, the fourth panel, “Technological prospects and competitiveness in the Brazilian photovoltaic solar market”, will explore the competitiveness and technological prospects in the Brazilian photovoltaic market. Representatives from Sungrow, Canadian Solar, ZNShine and Applus will discuss their respective companies’ strategies to encourage the adoption of solar energy in Brazil.
This event is a unique opportunity to gain an in-depth insight into the renewable energy industry in Brazil and understand the opportunities offered by this emerging market. With its growing focus on renewable energy, Brazil is poised to be a leader in the global energy transition.
Source: Energía Estratégica