The plans of the new management of Petrobras to invest in renewable energy have begun to take shape.
The state-owned company announced to the market on Monday 6 that it signed a letter of intent to expand its partnership with the Norwegian oil company Equinor.
The objective is to evaluate the technical-economic and environmental feasibility of seven offshore wind power generation projects on the Brazilian coast, generating up to 14.5 GW by 2028 – equivalent to the Itaipu power plant.
“This agreement will pave the way for a new frontier of clean and renewable energy in Brazil, taking . . .