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Power Generation

The company’s power generationportfolio includes fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas, and renewable resources such as solar. This diversification is strategic for the Brazilian energy matrix, which is currently significantly dependent on intrinsically seasonal hydroelectric sources.

The company’s gross installed generation capacity stands at 2.2 GWs, which places us among the largest private power generation companies in Brazil.

 

Power Plants in Operation

 

Parnaíba Complex

ENEVA operates the Parnaíba Complex, a set of four thermal power plants with 1,4GW of gross installed capacity, one of the largest gas-fueled thermal complexes in Brazil.

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Itaqui Energy Generation

 

Location: São Luís, MA

ENEVA’s Participation: 100%

Installed Capacity: 360 MW

Operating since: February 2013

CCEAR: 315MWa for 15 years (2013-2028)

Certifications: ISO 9001:2009 / OHSAS 18001:2007

Itaqui Energy Generation

 

Itaqui thermal powerplant was ENEVA’s first venture in the State of Maranhão. The plant is coal-fueled, and has 360 MW gross installed capacity. Its power generation represents 65% of the State of Maranhão’s energy consumption. Itaqui’s energy generation is very significant for the North subsystem.

Pecém II

 

Location: São Gonçalo do Amarante (CE)

ENEVA’s Participation: 50%

Installed Capacity: 365 MW

Operating since: October 2013

CCEAR: 276MWa for 15 years (2013-2028)

Certifications: ISO 14001:2009 / OHSAS 18001:2007

Pecém II

 

Pecém II thermal powerplant (50% ENEVA AND 50% Uniper) uses coal to generate power and has 365 MW gross installed capacity. Pecém II’s energy generation is very significant for the Northeast subsystem. The power plant is located in the Pecém Complex, which produces the equivalent of 60% of the Ceará’s energy consumption, and 10% of the Northeast region’s energy consumption.

Tauá

 

Location: Tauá (CE)

ENEVA’s Participation: 100%

Installed Capacity: 1 MW

Operating since: August 2011

Tauá

 

Tauá was the first commercial scale solar power plant of Brazil. Its 1 MW gross installed capacity accounts for the energy consumption of approximately 1,500 households.