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ENGIE in Jirau

The 3,750 MW Jirau Hydroelectric Plant lies in Porto Velho, Roraima State, on the Madeira River. ENGIE, with its 40% share, is the majority partner in the consortium responsible for the plant. Operation and maintenance are entrusted to Energia Sustentável do Brasil (ESBR) – a Special Purpose Entity (SPE), whose equity capital is fully held by ESBR Participações S.A. The latter’s shareholders include ENGIE, at 40%, Eletrobras Eletrosul, at 20%, Eletrobras Chesf, at 20%, and Mizha Participações S.A., a Mitsui & CO., LTD. subsidiary, at 20%.

Use of the public asset for implementing the Jirau Hydroelectric Plant and exploring its energy potential was granted for a period of 35 years by means of Auction 005/2008, held by the Federal Government in May 2008.

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January
809,22
100.607.355
February
8309,22
100.607.355

Plants under Construction

More than 90% of ENGIE Brasil’s installed capacity already comes from renewable sources, such as hydro, wind, biomass thermal, and solar. In its 20 years of operational presence in Brazil, ENGIE has invested to grow from renewables, putting into operation the Cana Brava, Itá, Machadinho, São Salvador, Estreito, Jirau, Ponte de Pedra, Trairi, and Santa Mônica plants, as well as other, smaller, power plants. Together, they have added 5,600 MW to our own installed capacity since 1998.