Public Policies for the Diffusion of New Renewable Energies in Brazil
Article from: OGEL 3 (2004), in Energy, Institutional Reforms and Development in Latin America
This article will provide a comparative analysis of the public policies that were applied in the last decades in Brazil, relative to the development of the NRE (new renewable energies), in the context of regulatory and organisational changes in the electricity industry. The approach is centered on the obstacles that the public policies NRE face for their greatest distribution, bearing in mind the specificities that face the underdeveloped countries and particularly Brazil. The sustained development concept will be put forward in its broadest sense, taking into account the political ...