BCP Engenharia’s newly opened renewable energy arm, BCP Energy forecasts growth of 300% in 2023 with the construction of wind farms and solar plants in the country.
The expansion plans of BCP Engenharia, headquartered in Fortaleza, Ceará, and since 2012 in the construction market, follow the initiative of other large companies to take advantage of the strong advance of this segment in the country.
Almost half of the electricity produced in Brazil already comes from renewable sources, according to the Ministry of Mines and Energy. By 2030, participation should exceed 80% and, by 2050, 85%, predicts the portfolio.
Founded in 2022, BCP Energy says that, in this process, the number of employees will also double, reaching more than 2,000 direct employees.
“We noticed that this market was on the way to expressive growth, especially in the Northeast, a source of clean energy due to its natural characteristics. Due to the size and complexity of the projects, our starting point was to hire an executive from the market to lead the division and reinforce our engineering and projects team”, says BCP Engenharia CEO, Ton Holanda, in a note.
The company announced Leonardo Aiello Praes to lead BCP Energy. The executive has 18 years of experience in the strategic management of organizations in the technology and renewable energy sectors, with passages at Aeris Energy, IBM and FMC Tecnhologies, says the company in a note.
*Posted by Ligia Tuon
Source: CNN Brasil
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