Unlike other countries, Brazil’s energy supply has high contained a large share of renewables. In fact, renewables in Brazil already account for 43% of primary production, while the world average is 14%. This fact together with the abundant potential of natural resources has transformed the "energy transition" into a concept that is country different from other countries. On the one hand, the country has an abundant and renewable set of resources that functions as a portfolio, allowing it to leverage the low-carbon characteristic of its matrix further. On the other hand, Brazil needs to create the technical, regulatory, economic, and financial foundations to allow this to become a reality and a competitive advantage for the country. Finally, the Brazilian energy transformation will pass through an individual action of society, which will seek to choose the way it consumes and produces its energy, becoming an active agent, and decentralizing this transition.