This report shows the potential of Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs) to help Brazil achieve it's goal to ensure the access to electricity to all citizens, and provides some recommendations of future actions to tap the RETs potential in order to make progress towards this end.
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Goldemberg, José; Emili Lebre La Rovere; Suani Teixeira Coelho; André Felipe Simoes; Patricia Guardabassi; Felipe Moreira Miranda; Centro Clima/COPPE/UFRJ; and CENBIO/USP. "Renewable Energy Technologies to Improve Energy Access in Brazil." (2005). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/la_energy_dialog/138