How does the interplay between resource availability, intersectoral competition and reliability affect a low-carbon power generation mix in Brazil for 2050?

  title={How does the interplay between resource availability, intersectoral competition and reliability affect a low-carbon power generation mix in Brazil for 2050?},
  author={Tjerk Lap and Ren{\'e} Benders and Floor van der Hilst and Andr{\'e} Faaij},
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