The Energy Research Office (EPE) provides a Technical Report - COP21 iNDC

​The Energy Research Office (EPE) provides the main assumptions and results that subsidize the contributions of activities related to the production and use of energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), presented in the Brazilian commitment to combat climate change at COP21, the conference on the environment held in Paris in December last year

Technical Report - COP21 iNDC

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