Member of Inter governmental Panel on Climate Change, expert in clean energy research and development.
Chair of the National Wind Association and former Chief Economist of Ministry of Mines and Energy.
BEP is a programme funded by the part of UK-Brazil Prosperity Programme.
It is delivered in partnership with the Government of Brazil, Brazilian energy industries and multiple local stakeholders involved in preparing for progress by fine-tuning policies and regulations to promote renewable energies.
Specialized international companies will partner with Brazilian companies to conduct pilot projects that test the viability of innovative low-carbon new technologies such as solar, storage, smart grids, biofuels including waste to energy, wind and natural gas as a transition fuel.
Gender equality and inclusion will be a factor across all BEP initiatives and should serve as a model for future projects as well. Women and vulnerable populations will be closely involved in pilot projects consultations about improving the regulatory environment for clean technologies.
BEP will help Brazil meet its future energy needs with clean, efficient and sustainable solutions that promote social inclusion as well as bringing environmental benefits.
A global advisory company that works to transform lives by making economies stronger, societies more stable, and governments more effective
Supports the commercialisation of new clean technologies – co-evolves technology, policy, and finance to scale low carbon solutions, working with clean tech entrepreneurs, governments, and green finance institutions
A non-profit consultancy to enable sustainable development solutions based on the circular economy, environmental protection and local development.
A technology accelerator that conceives and executes energy R&D projects with potential for commercialisation, establishing links between universities, investors and the market.
Founded on 1944, focused on promoting the economic and social development of Brazil, Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) takes a prominent path in the national historical scenario, being responsible today for studies and research for the public and private sectors in various segments and instances government in the country.
The Brazil Energy Programme (BEP) is funded by the UK-Brazil Prosperity Programme and implemented by a consortium of five organisations.
The UK-Brazil Prosperity Programme is a British Government cooperation that supports economic development in partner countries. The programme aims to support Brazil’s economic modernisation, through increased productivity which will facilitate sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction. It is also positioned to bolster Brazil’s recovery from COVID-19, helping to create opportunities for green growth and better public services. It encourages economic development in Brazil, and supports a range of Sustainable Development Goals, in particular Goal 17 ‘Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development’. It will work towards better functioning markets that will drive prosperity in Brazil by creating opportunities and incentives for firms to invest, generate jobs and grow.