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Energias Renováveis: Futuro Do Planeta E Inclusão Social


  • Pacheco, Carlos Thadeu


Atualmente, cerca de 5% de toda a energia produzida no planeta é de fonte renovável. O grande mercado energético brasileiro e mundial poderá dar sustentação a um imenso programa de geração de emprego e renda a partir da produção do biodiesel. Mais do que opções de matérias-primas, existem diferenças importantes com relação aos conhecimentos tecnológicos utilizados para a produção e consumo de biodiesel e derivados de petróleo, que os configuram como trajetórias tecnológicas distintas e concorrentes no mercado de combustíveis.-----------------------------------Currently, about 5% of all the energy produced in the planet it is of renewable source. The great Brazilian and world-wide energy market iwill be able to give to sustentation to an immense program of generation of job and income from the production of biodiesel. More than what raw material options, exist important differences with regard to the technological knowledge used for the production and consumption of biodiesel and derivatives of oil, configure that them as distinct and competing technological trajectories in the fuel market.

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  • Pacheco, Carlos Thadeu, 2008. "Energias Renováveis: Futuro Do Planeta E Inclusão Social," 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil 108167, Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:sbrfsr:108167

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