As a tropical country with an enormous area for plantation and great insulation throughout the year, Brazil can permit itself the luxury of surpassing alternatives and natural resources insofar as to produce biomass energy, apart from bio-fuels, that already have a global market, the generation of energy through the use of biomass is growing in an exponential manner, year after year in the country. The sources are the most diverse possible and many have still not been explored yet, but already possess its potential in the prospection phase. In addition to the regulatory issue, Brazil has lately advanced quite sufficiently, thus allowing the electric sector to adjust to special biomass seasonable conditions, mainly that which proceeds from sugarcane and is in better use from such energy source. Through specific energy auctions, the electric system can currently benefit from wide range offers of biomass energy and of the advantages of the distributed generation.
The operational complementarities of energy deriving from biomass along with others and the availability of fuel, demand technical studies to maximize the return from projects and the effective economic feasibility for the investor, at this point OMEGA can act freely.