​​​​Power production power is the core business of ENEVA. Thermal sources (coal and natural gas) are predominant in company generation base, but it also relies on supplementary sources such as solar and wind power. This diversification is strategic to the Brazilian energy matrix currently significantly dependent on hydroelectric sources.

Company presence in all the Brazilian submarkets is another hallmark of ENEVA sound and competitive position. The Company currently has approximately 2.2 GW of gross installed capacity in operation, which places us among the largest private power generation companies in Brazil.​

 

Plants in Operation

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    Tauá

    Installed capacity: 1 MW 
    Generated jobs: 70 direct jobs at peak construction period 
    Source: Solar ​energy
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    Parnaíba Complex

    Installed capacity: 1,​425 MW
    Generated jobs: 3,700 direct jobs at peak construction period
    Source: Natural gas
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    Itaqui

    Installed capacity: 360 MW
    Generated jobs: 3,700 direct jobs at peak construction period 
    Source: pulverized coal
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    Pecém II

    Installed capacity: 365 MW
    Generated jobs: 6,500 direct jobs, together with Energia Pecém, at peak construction period
    Source: pulverized coal
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