Brazil, one of the largest economies in the world, offers numerous business and investment opportunities.
The country is divided into five regions, each with its own characteristics. The Northeast region is one of the most promising and houses 25% of the country’s population. Made up of nine states, it is a new frontier to be explored where great business and investment opportunities can be found in various economic sectors.
Within the region, the state of Ceará stands out due to its proximity to the North American, European and Asian markets in terms of sailing time, its policy of attracting investment and tax incentives, legal security, fiscal austerity, better rates of primary, secondary and higher education, low energy costs - with a clean and renewable supply – and it is one of the states that invests most in sustainable socioeconomic development . I ts
strategic location makes it one of the largest tourist destinations in Brazil, with a total area of over 57 million square miles and a vast coastline full of natural beauty.
With a population of over 2.6 million, Fortaleza, the capital of Ceará, is one of the country’s key cities.
Beira Mar - Fortaleza, CE
The state of Ceará is an established hub of global significance with a strategic location and efficient management through the operations of key players in the maritime, air and technological segments.
Maritime: Porto do Pecém operates in conjunction with the Port of Rotterdam (Netherlands).
Air: Pinto Martins International Airport (Fortaleza, Ceará) is managed by Fraport Brasil, a subsidiary of Fraport AG (Germany).
Technological: In addition to installing modern datacenters, Fortaleza is one of the cities in the world with more submarine cables and a wide range of fiber optic networks.
Data Center Angola Cables - Fortaleza
Digital Belt - Ceará
GREEN HYDROGEN HUB
Considered the fuel of the future, green hydrogen (H2V) is produced from renewable sources and will play a key role in the transition from a carbon neutral world.
The production of H2V in the state of Ceará is estimated at 40 thousand megawatts by 2050. In 2021, some agreements were signed between the government and major global players, such as EDP Brasil, Linde German/White Martins. The very first pilot plant of green hydrogen of Brazil will be installed in the region of Pecém and its operation should start as early as December 2022.