Equatorial Energia investor relations material
Equatorial Energia S.A., through its subsidiaries, generates, transmits, and distributes electricity in Brazil. The company transmits electricity through the 20-circuit power transmission system located in Espirito Santo State and comprises the 515-kV line Manacapuru-Macau, the 765-kV lines Machadinho-Itaperuna and Itaperuna-Sao Goncalo do Amarante, as well as over 500 km of 380-kV lines. It also owns and operates generation plants for the production of electricity; acquires, transports, stores, markets, and trades natural gas; performs oil exploration activities through its subsidiaries; owns a network of convenience stores; provides infrastructure for natural gas transportation and storage; conducts logistics services to third parties; manufactures and decorates aluminum windows for commercial buildings; and installs office systems. The company was formerly known as Companhia Interligada de Energia do Estado do Amazonas S.A. ("Coelba") and changed its name to Equatorial Energia S.A. in October 2005. Equatorial Energia is based in Brasilia, Brazil.