Embraer announced that beginning in 2024, 100% of the electricity used by the manufacturer in Brazil will be from renewable sources. This public commitment was originally set for 2025 but was moved forward.The acquisition of the Renewable Energy Certificate for 2024 will allow Embraer to zero its "Scope 2" carbon emissions in Brazil and start to purchase electricity from solar and wind sources.Last year, Embraer consumed roughly 170,000 MWh globally, with 67% coming from its locations in Brazil."This is a milestone for the company and reinforces Embraer's commitment to environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices in its transition to a low-carbon business model," said Carlos Alberto Griner, Embraer's Vice President of People, ESG, and Communications. "ESG is one of the pillars of our strategic plan and we have a broad program with several fronts, and we are looking at every opportunity to accelerate the reduction of our carbon emissions."Embraer announced multiple ESG targets last year, including carbon-neutral operations by 2040, the use of 100% renewable energy by 2025 in Brazil and global operations by 2030, as well as increased adoption of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and the development of low-carbon technologies and products, such as electric, hybrid, SAF, and hydrogen propulsion.