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Energy generation in the world is mostly restricted to traditional energy sources such as oil, coal and natural gas. Such sources are polluting and non-renewable, but in the future, they will inevitably have to be replaced.

Renewable energy is the one that comes from natural resources that are naturally replenished, such as the sun, wind, rain, tide and geothermal energy.

Historically the government has invested in energy sources such as ethanol with the Pró-Álcool Program started in 1975 to produce ethanol derived from large-scale production of sugar cane. We also find investments in biodiesel, extracted for example from castor beans, thus providing a new income source for its producers.

It is important to highlight that not every natural resource is renewable; uranium, coal and oil, for instance, are extracted from nature, but they exist in limited quantities. In 2008, about 19% of the world’s energy consumption came from renewable sources, with 13% coming from traditional biomass, which is used primarily for heating, and 3.2% from hydroelectricity. 

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