The energy sector is becoming increasingly updated, with thus, those that are renewable have gained prominence. The lower the impact in nature, the greater the importance. Among the various renewable energies we have the Ocean. Brazil has an extensive coastline that has constant winds, especially in the region of Ceará, which is beneficial and helps for the good efficiency and performance of the Porto Pecém plant, which was installed in 2012 at the municipality of São Gonçalo do Amarante, in Ceará.
The state of Ceará, which is a precursor and energy reference ondometriz, has been generating interests even in foreign companies, such as Swedish-Israeli Eco Wave Power. The company is a leader in energy technology in onshore waves (on land) and signed with the Pecém complex in June, and issued a statement stating that it will build a wave power plant at the facility port. In addition to the importance for the energy segment, this also means development of the local economy, as it will also generate new jobs.
According to a study conducted in 2019 by COPPE/UFRJ, the Brazil has an energy potential of 91.8 GW, derived from wave energy. According to a study, a fifth of this potential would already be able to supply average 35% of national demand. According to the Federal University of ABC, in 2020, about 22W of power belongs to the northeast, region where Porto Pecém is located, which is one of the biggest bets in this sector.
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