Renewable energy is playing an increasing role in Brazil’s energy outlook – Brazil has one of the world “greenest” and sustainable energy mix. Nearly 90% of electricity supplied in Brazil in 2012 came from renewable. In addition to traditional renewable sources such as hydro-electricity and sugar cane bagasse, Brazil is now developing a large number of wind and solar projects.
In the period 2013-2017 Brazil is planning to add 10,000 MW of renewable power, consisting of wind, bioelectricity and small hydro plants. This workshop will discuss opportunities for investment in renewable energy in Brazil, the country regulatory framework, structuring and finance of projects, environmental markets, carbon price & risk management, and recent case studies.
Registration & Networking breakfast
Brazilian Chamber of Commerce
Renewable Energy in Brazil: risks and opportunities for investment.
André Castello Branco
Developing Carbon Markets, the European Union's Emissions Trading Scheme, and their impacts on the Clean Energy Sector in Brazil
Climate Mundial Ltd
Discussion of regulatory framework for renewable energy projects in Brazil.
Q & A
André Castelo is a partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers Corporate Finance & Recovery. Previously, he was a partner of KPMG Corporate Finance for 14 years, mostly attending Energy and Natural Resources Industry with broad experience in sector such as: Renewable Energy, Biofuel, Agribusiness, Oil & Gas, Mining. He is considered an expert in the Brazilian Biofuel sector due to large experience with many M & A Projects.
Daniel Rossetto is a Director of Climate Mundial Ltd and is responsible for the firm's strategy, business development and operations globally.Prior to joining Climate Mundial in 2012, Daniel was an executive in environmental markets at J.P. Morgan, where he delivered a number of first of a kind structured emission unit transactions under the Kyoto Protocol.
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