Brazil, through the Decennial Energy Expansion Plan 2027 (MME, 2018) has set itself some challenges, with emphasis on meeting the “internationally agreed sustainable development goals”, promoting a “diversification of clean sources” .
Umoe Bioenergy S.A., aware of its commitment to the development of the country, also seeks to make its contribution towards this objective. Since 2012, it has had an Energy Cogeneration unit from bagasse. This thermoelectric unit (UTE) when using biomass as fuel contributes to the reduction of GHG emissions resulting from the generation of electric energy and helps the country in the fulfillment of international goals such as those established in the Paris Agreement (Cop21).
With a current nominal capacity of around 60 megawatts [Mw], in the last three years, UTE Umoe was able to contribute to these global objectives by providing an average production of around 217,000 [Mw]. Converting this value, we have that this energy would be enough to supply a municipality approximately 6.5 times larger than the municipality of Sandovalina.
Umoe Bioenergy is proud to be able to produce clean and renewable energy, taking advantage of all raw material grown in its cane fields, contributing to regional, national and global development.