Jair Bolsonaro likes creative solutions. He has already fallen in love with niobium and graphene. In the field of fiction, with chloroquine. In real life he was proud because Brazil has the potential to produce the equivalent of 50 Itaipu power plants using wind energy.
It is true, but the reporter Robson Rodrigues showed that 55 processes for installation of wind farms at sea are stuck in the federal bureaucracy. They are being processed at Ibama (Brazilian Institute for the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources). Experience teaches that it is better to respect Ibama.
As the institute is going through a period of lack of staff and wind energy depends on details in its regulation, the best thing to do would be to decree a truce for the good of all.
By respecting the environment and barring projects from the hands of crooks, Ibama can be given prestige and the pace of bureaucracy speeded up, stimulating the presentation of projects.
Brazil already produces more than two Itaipus, using the energy of the sun and the wind. Bolsonaro has cut the way for the wizards who wanted to tax sunlight.
The former Secretary of Technology of Rio's City Hall William Coelho is in his third term as councilman and the police suspect that he is involved with a gang that, among other wrongdoings, intended to steal subway rails.
This is what it means to be connected to the advances in technology.
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