In the development of thermoelectric, ENEVA could rely on strategic partners since the beginning of its history. With Eletronorte, the company shared the challenges of building in record time and under adverse conditions a plant with high energy efficiency, technology and engineering latest generation.
The Eco Tumucumaque was responsible for preparing the Environmental Impact Report (RIMA) of the thermal and the construction Etecon held civil works between the years 2007 and 2008.
With these companies, Amapari teams could, in fact, know the culture and reality of Amapá, to understand the differences of this region and learn to live with adverse situations. Undoubtedly, learning was fundamental to the success of the venture.