Low Carbon Business Action Brazil, published today the up dated link with the last Mission – Energy Efficiency in Industry, now with legends in english.
Please follow the link to watch videos from LCBA: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPoxqXLHL15-kxO_G4qxGWw,
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Today, the new JBraz English site was launched, which has consolidated information about the solutions and technologies that are part of the portfolio of our services and products.
With a new format, the site is now categorized in Environmental Solutions, Offshore and Industrial Systems.
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Our blog remains with the function of keeping everyone informed about market developments, events and new technologies, under the address: http://www.jbrazrepre.blog
Hoje foi ao ar o novo site da JBraz, que conta com informações consolidadas a respeito das soluções e tecnologias que fazem parte do portfólio de nossos serviços e produtos.
Com um novo formato, agora o site está categorizado em Soluções Ambientais, de Offshore e de Sistemas Industriais.
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O nosso blog permanece com a função de manter todos informados a respeito de acontecimentos dos mercado, eventos e novas tecnologias, sob o endereço: http://www.jbrazrepre.blog
São Paulo, Brazil, 19-22 June 2017
JBraz will be part of The Matchmaking Mission organized by Low Carbon Business Action and in institutional partnership with Sebrae (Serviço Brasileiro de Apoio à Micro e Pequena Empresa) and CNI (Confederação Nacional da Indústria), in line with the FEIMAFE Exhibition in São Paulo, SP, Brazil.
There is significant heavy industrial activity in Brazil, much of this in energy-intensive sectors. The country has historically had relatively abundant and clean energy, but recent rises in energy costs and the carbon emissions associated with electrical production are likely to focus attention on the sector of energy efficiency in industry. Industries are concentrated in the South-East and the South of the country, especially in the São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro e Minas Gerais states. The largest industries by energy consumption are food & beverage, iron & steel, paper & pulp, chemicals and non-ferrous metals, in that order.
More informations please visit http://www.lowcarbonbrazil.com/MM-EE-IN-INDUSTRY.