The benefits of a new development in a community extend beyond the generation of jobs and increased household income. One of ENEVA challenges is to perpetuate the positive results of ENEVA action in the areas where we operate, strengthening the social and human capital and encouraging self-sustainability.
Promoting events that enhance the local culture in these areas and sponsoring projects for agricultural development and environmental education are some ways to contribute.
Investing in professional training and urban infrastructure works are also key concerns for ENEVA, in accordance with the legal obligations relating to ENEVA business.
Aiming at local labor development to work at the Itaqui, Pecém and Parnaíba power plants, ENEVA has already offered professional training to over 2,000 in the states where the company is doing business, in association with broadly recognized teaching institutions. Thus, ENEVA intends to achieve the target of employing the largest number possible of local workers (on average reaching approximately 70%) and will be qualifying labor for the opportunities that will appear as an increasing number of
industrial establishments are attracted to the power generation poles.
Find here the spontaneous actions and company's direct responsibility within ENEVA relationship with society.