terça-feira, 27 de junho, 2017

Only: with increase in PIS/Cofins, ethanol loses competitiveness for gasoline

São Paulo, 26 – the President of the Union of sugarcane Industries (Unica), Elizabeth Farina, asked for measures to encourage the development of the sugar-alcohol sector in Brazil, through moments of difficulties, according to her. "We lost our competitiveness for gasoline with the increase of PIS/Cofins on ethanol. In addition, rules of ANP (national petroleum Agency) handicaps domestic production of ethanol and other exporting countries, "commented Farina at the opening of the Ethanol Summit 2017, in São Paulo. The Executive comment endorse the election of domestic producers, particularly those in the Northeast, which have lost market to u.s. ethanol produced from corn and more polluting than sugarcane ethanol. The proposal is that the American product is taxed at 17% – present is zero. "Most countries do this taxation and the Brazil hasn''t," he recalled. The event, which has as its theme "a jump to 2030", discusses the expansion of the use of bioenergy in the brazilian energy matrix, as much ethanol as the bioelectricity. "We have voluntary commitments to sustainability and we know that it is possible to do more and better in pursuit of energy efficiency. Still, the industry is going through a bad time and worrying, "said Farina, remembering that the sugarcane is present in more than 25% of Brazilian municipalities, generating more than 1 million jobs. "The bioelectricity has what it takes to win in the brazilian energy matrix." Farina stressed the importance of ethanol to the decarbonisation of the fuels, mainly the fossil. "Ethanol can supply more than 70% of light vehicles in the country. He is the first generation more fuel efficient in the world. "
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