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Tractebel Energia to propose corporate name change
Fitch downgrades rating of Tractebel Energia on the global scale
Tractebel Energia SA to propose dividend payment
ENGIE Brasil Energia S.A., formerly Tractebel Energia S.A., is an independent utility concessionaire. The Company is engaged in the business of generation and commercialization of electrical energy. The Company develops and operates power plants. The Company installs and operates plants fired from conventional energy sources, such as hydroelectric, thermoelectric and complementary units, small hydroelectric plants and wind, biomass and photovoltaic plants. The Company's installed capacity, including its stakes in energy generation consortiums, is approximately 7,000 megawatts. The Company's generation facilities in operation consist of 29 plants, of which nine hydroelectric power plants, seven thermoelectric power plants (three coal, three biomass and one natural gas plant), three small hydro power plants (SHPP), nine wind farms and one photovoltaic solar power plant. The Company is controlled by ENGIE Brasil Participacoes Ltda.
R Paschoal Apostolo Pitsica 5064
Mauricio Stolle Baehr
Chairman of the Board
Eduardo Antonio Gori Sattamini
Chief Executive Officer
Manoel Arlindo Zaroni Torres
Vice Chairman of the Board
Carlos Henrique Boquimpani de Freitas
Chief Financial Officer, Director of Investor Relations
Julio Cesar Lunardi
Chief Administrative Officer, Member of the Executive Board
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Engie Brasil Energia SA will restart the sale of its Pampa Sul power plant in the southern Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, as the plant has begun operations, an executive said on Wednesday.
The terms of the proposed privatization of Brazilian power utility Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras SA <ELET5.SA> known so far are likely to attract mainly financial sector buyers, Eduardo Sattamini, chief executive of Engie Brasil, said on Tuesday.
Engie Brasil, the Brazilian unit of Engie SA, is considering participating in a round of auctions for airport operating licenses in the country, a senior executive said on Thursday, underscoring the growing allure of infrastructure assets in Latin America's largest economy.
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