FGV launches magazine on biofuels

Communication and awareness are the tools for growth of Brazil

Early in the second half of September, the Getulio Vargas Foundation launched the magazine Biofuels, Notebooks FGV (4 year, no. 8-August 2017), work done from the guidelines of COP 21, approval of the agreement in Paris, in the year 2015, in order to keep the heating global then below 2. C, reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).


 The FGV, the lectures of the professionals of the sectors of energy and biofuels, there was emphasis on the Government program launched in 2017, the RenovaBio, the magazine's editorial focus, seeking alternatives already worked in the country such as ethanol, biodiesel, new biofuels, which points to a larger, more scientifically efficient Brazil in this segment, combining your continental territory and barely tapped. "Brazil is the only one in the world who has occupation of half a head of cattle per hectare", Gonçalo Amarante Guimarães Pereira identified, Director of the national laboratory of bioethanol science and technology (CTBE), comparing the space that can be used for producing biomes energy and other consumer products, and natural extraction example babassu.


FGV MagazineThere was a lot of exposure on the use of ethanol, which propagates, alcohol and gasoline mixture does not occur now, but since the political action of the 30 then President Getúlio Vargas, and other products of the RenovaBio program: biogas, ethanol, biomass and a huge possibility of the evident decrease of CO2 in Brazil become important role in Ibovespa, CBio, which equals 1tCO2 eq. Elizabeth Farina, Director President of the sugar cane industry Union (UNICA) says in your study that the ProÁlcool, copied by several countries, "between 1975 to 1985, the program was leader and copy, and gave up 200% profit," said during your lecture.


 The presence of the Secretary of mines and energy, Márcio Félix, representing the Government gave the most important connotation to the event suggesting that the path to the development and growth of the country, more compliance with the Paris agreement gives Brazil a chance to be the most competitive in the energy segment, on account of their characteristics and occupational scientists. "The Ministry of mines and energy requires closing of the players in the sector, and the MME is open to hear, understand and give vent to the studies and projects that advance and consolidate Brazil on this matter," said Marcio Felix confirming that RenovaBio is a program that will support ene rgético up for export, as a viable alternative to the structure of the oil industry with the advent of the pre-salt.


The magazine is available on the website of Biofuels FGV an[http://fgvenergia.fgv.br/publicacoes/cadernos-fgv-energia]d the event had competent moderator Mark and former Minister of agriculture, Roberto Rodrigues, who is coordinator of FGV EESP (School of economy of the State of São Paulo), which extolled agriculture as port essential for the growth of Brazil and spring of generating jobs and business.


 The table had the important presence of Dr. Donizete Tokarski, Chief Executive Officer of UbraBio, who shared all the ideas compiled in launching this Foundation magazine, confirming that the Biofuel, biodiesel, are products that must have the Communication for awareness of the Brazilian people. Donizete is the Brazilian Union of Biodiesel and Biokerosene (aviation) and an enthusiastic Bio20 usage, what's the use of 20% biodiesel in public transport fleets.

 In Rio we have as an example for this alternative, the village of Maricá:-"the fleet of Maricá, today counts with 30 buses to provide free public transportation to the population, and must increase to 38 vehicles. With the use of B20 on these buses, the UbraBio studies, in conjunction with the City Council, renewable fuel adoption in other vehicles of the Municipality ".


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