In line with Brazil’s plans to add more solar to its hydro-dominated electricity generation mix, the South American nation’s president on Monday said the Congress would pass a bill to lift taxes on solar energy.

“I’ve talked with [President of the Chamber of Deputies] Rodrigo Maia and [President of the Senate] David Alcolumbre about the solar taxation proposed by ANEEL [the Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency],” Jair Bolsonaro said in a Twitter post.

“The president of the Chamber will open a vote, on an urgent basis, to prohibit the taxation of solar energy, as well as president of the Senate,”

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