The initiative was designed to develop projects that promoted the health, environment, culture, communication, sports, leisure and professional training for low-income families. MCMV began partly as a response to the rapid urbanisation Brazil has seen over the last few decades, which has outpaced investment in urban infrastructure and basic services. Known as the blue seal, the symbol has 53 criteria for evaluation and six categories: urban quality, design and comfort, energy efficiency, conservation of material resources, water management and social practices. Today, families in Pernambuco, Bahia, Minas Gerais, Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul and Goias have this technology in their homes; farmers in particular find them beneficial, and can use them to produce electricity, cooking gas and fertilize crops. The panels also generate income by selling excess energy: between February and June , the communities raised nearly , dollars.
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