That’s more than three times the world average, which stood at only 24% in 2016 and the highest among G20 countries. Brazil is a leading producer of hydro power,which represents about 65% of the electricity matrix. Furthermore, wind power is undergoing a steady expansion. Over the last ten years, Brazil has jumped from the 25th to the 8th position in the list of biggest wind power producers in the world. This means that products brought by Brazilian companies to the world market were made leaving behind a smaller impact on the environment compared to the world average, being a major contributor to sustainable development.