Entry into partial commercial operation of EDP Transmissão MAII S.A. (Lot 11)
Acquisition of a transmission line in Santa Catarina/Rio Grande do Sul (Lot Q)
EDP Espírito Santo’s 8 th Periodic Tariff Review
EDP São Paulo’s 5 th Periodic Tariff Review
Acquisition of additional Celesc preferred shares, totaling 25.35% of its social capital
Commercial start-up of São Manoel HPP.
Aquisition of 23.6% stake in Celesc.
Commercial Operation of the Espírito Santo Transmission Line 20 months ahead of schedule.
Disposal of Generation Assets – Costa Rica Energética, EDP PCH and Santa Fé
EDP wins Lots 7,11,18 and 21 of Transmission Auction 05/2016.
Signs an agreement for stock acquisition of Celesc.
Commercial start-up of GU01 of São Manoel HPP, 4 months in advanc
Clonclusing of Pantanal Energética sale.
Energest Spin-off and Suíça HPP, Viçosa, São João, Alegre, Fruteiras, Jucu and Rio Bonito SPP were transferred to EDP PCH.
Conclusion of capital increase of R$ 1.5 bi in July 11, 2016.
Cachoeira Caldeirão HPP anticipates its operational start-up in 8 months.
EDP wins Lot 24 in the 2nd stage of Tranmission Auction 013/2015.
Mr. Henrique Manuel Marques Faria Lima Freire is elected as “Chief Financial Officer” and Mr. Michel Nunes Itkes is elected as “Vice President of Distributions Operations”, both will replace Mr. Miguel Dias Amaro.
Mr. António Luis Guerra Nunes Mexia returns to the Chairman of the EDP Brasil´s Board of Director’s position.
Closing of the 50% acquisition of Porto do Pecém I, helded by Eneva. EDP Energias do Brasil now owns 100% of the total and voting capital of Porto do Pecém I.
Clonclusing of APS Soluções em Energia SA acquisition.
Closing of sale of EPD Energias do Brasil 45% stake in EDP Renováveis, consolidating the Company’s position as hydrothermal operator.
Miguel Nuno Simões Nunes Ferreira Setas assumes the post of CEO of EDP Energias do Brasil.
Ms Ana Maria Machado Fernandes holds the position of President of the Management Board, Mr Miguel Nuno Simões Nunes Ferreira Setas the position of Vice President of the Management Board and Mr Miguel Dias Amaro is elected as new member of the Management Board.
Signed the Purchase and Sale Agreement to sell 33.3% of construction rights from HPP Sao Manoel for CWEI Brazil, owned by China Three Gorges.
Jari HPP aticipation of 3.5 months.
EDP Brasil signs agreement for acquisition of 50% of Pecém I TPP from Eneva.
Signature of a MoU for the sale of a stake in EDP Renováveis Brasil.
The Company´s shares became part of the Bovespa index.
Repowering work on the Mascarenhas HPP (ES) increases installed capacity by 4.5 MW to 198.0 MW, thereby finalizing the process of repowering the plant.
On May 10, 2013, the Pecém I Thermoelectric Power Plant received ANEEL authorization to start the commercial operations of the second generation unit with an installed capacity of 360 MW. EDP Energias do Brasil holds a 50% stake in the project.
The Power Plant Enerpeixe won the Seal of Sustainable Energy – Certification “GOLD” at the Conference “Brazil Energy Frontiers”, held on October 3, 2013, by Acende Brasil Institute.
On August 6, 2013, the HPP Cachoeira Caldeirão received the installation license to begin construction of the project.
On December 6, 2013, EDP Energias do Brasil establish a partnership with China Three Gorges (“CTG”), for co-investments, in partnership, in the Brazilian Energy Market. Additionally, within this context, the Company will sell, after the conclusion of the transation expected to occur by the 1st half of 2014, 50% stake in the HPPs Santo Antônio do Jari and Cachoeira Caldeirão.
On December 13, 2013, Terra Nova Consortium, composed together with the Company Furnas Centrais Elétricas S.A, wins in the A-5 auction held by ANEEL the concession of the Hydro Power Plant São Manoel that will be built in the state of Mato Grosso and Pará, on Teles Pires River.
Also in this auction, EDP Renováveis Brasil , a company in which EDP Energias do Brasil holds 45% stake, sells 45 MW of new energy, through four wind generation projects: Aroeira, Jericho, Umbuzeiros e Aventura I, located in the state of Rio Grande do Norte.
Ana Maria Machado Fernandes assumes the position of Director and CEO of EDP – Energias do Brasil.
In The Annual Shareholders’ Meeting was approved the proposal of the split of common shares that represent the capital of EDP Energias do Brasil, so that each common share came to be represented by three shares of the same type.
Repowering work on the Mascarenhas HPP (ES) increases installed capacity by 4 MW to 193.5 MW, with the last scheduled for 2013 reaching a total capacity of 198.8MW.
Announced the sale of equity interest in a supplier of power transmission Evrecy Participações Ltda, subject to the prior approval of the National Electric Energy Agency – ANEEL.
EDP Bandeirante demonstrates the best performance improvement across the industry and wins the Abradee Award, the most recognized award in the electricity distribution sector in Brazil.
On December 1, 2012, the Pecém I Thermoelectric Power Plant receives ANEEL authorization to start the commercial operations of the first generation unit with an installed capacity of 360 MW. EDP Energias do Brasil holds a 50 % stake in the Project.
On December 14, 2012, EDP Energias do Brasil wins the A-5 auction held by ANEEL the Hydro Power Plant Cachoeira Caldeirão concession to be built in the Amapá state, on Araguari river.
Startup of the third wind farm of EDP Energias do Brasil, in partnership with EDP Renováveis, the Tramandai I Wind Farm (70 MW) in Rio Grande do Sul state.
Start of the construction of the Santo Antônio do Jari HPP, a recent acquisition, with 373.4 MW, between the states of Pará and Amapá.
Increase of 21 MW of assured energy Mascarenhas (ES) and Peixe Angical (TO).
EDP in Brasil maintains ISO 9001:2008 certification; Enerpeixe recertified SGI and PCH Paraíso and São João certified OHSAS 18001:2007.
EDP celebrates 35 years of history and launches new brand: human, sustainable and innovative.
Public Offering had a 4.5 times higher demand than the estimated Offer; EDP grossed U.S. $ 810.7 million by selling 13.79%.
Commercialization breaks sales record since 2001: 1,168 average MW sold.
HPP Lajeado breaks record by achieving the highest cumulative annual generation of its history: 4,549,644 MWh.
On December 20, EDP Renováveis Brasil , a company in which EDP Energias do Brasil holds 45% stake, sells 57,2 MW of new energy on the A-5Auction, through four wind generation projects: Baixa do Feijão I, II, III e IV, located in the state of Rio Grande do Norte.
EDP and China Three Gorges establish strategic partnership.
Pioneer electric mobility project of EDP in Brazil is part of the group’s innovation policy. Vehicle recharging stations were installed in the cities of Vitoria, Vila Velha, Serra, Guarapari and Cariacica (ES) and Guarulhos, Sao Jose dos Campos and Mogi das Cruzes (SP). Another initiative involved the donation of electric bicycles to public safety agencies.
EDP in Brazil celebrated its fifth anniversary of going public at a meeting with investors and analysts. In the period, the company has met the growth targets promised in the IPO.
The third generating unit of the UHE Mascarenhas, located in the State of Espírito Santo, passed through repowering.
It was inaugurated in October the Generation Operation Center (GOC) in Serra, State of Espírito Santo. With advanced technology, the GOC centralizes operations command and control of 14 medium and small hydroelectric plants, which together account for 199.30 MW of installed capacity.
EDP Energias do Brasil started a cycle with emphasis on investments in Generation, on increased quality and efficiency in Distribution, and on the creation of added value in Marketing and Energy Management.
EDP Energias do Brasil held a forum attended by specialists in innovation and sustainability.
EDP Energias do Brasil’s shares were maintained on the BM&FBovespa corporate sustainability index (ISE).
In the state of Espírtito Santo, inauguration of the Santa Fé plant; in the state of Tocantins, renewal of the license to operate Investco.
EDP was awarded the environmental management ISO 14000 certification for the Enerpeixe power plant, and the São João and Paraíso small hydro plants.
EDP Energias no Brasil has concluded an exchange of assets with the Grupo Rede to add 653 MW to its installed capacity. The distributor Enersul was exchanged for 73% of voting stock of Investco, the company that operates the Luiz Eduardo Magalhães Hydroelectric Plant (Lajeado), located on the Tocantins River.
EDP Energias do Brasil and Renováveis create subsidiary and agree to first wind power investment in Brazil.
Exame Sustainability Guide includes EDP Energias do Brazil between 20 model companies in corporate responsibility.
EDP was awarded the A+ seal, the highest quality certification by the Global Reporting Initiative. (GRI).
In partnership with MPX, acquires Pecém I TPP, in Ceará State, with equal stakes in investment of U.S$ 1.3 billion, and predicts an increase of 35% in the installed capacity of the group.
Inauguration of the São João Hydroelectric Plant, located in the city of Castelo, in the state of Espírito Santo.
Completion of construction of the Peixe Angical Hydroelectric Plant, in the state of Tocantins. The first generator comes on line in June. The third and last turbine comes on line in September, for a total of 452 MW of installed capacity.
In October, the commercial operation of the forth turbine of the Mascarenhas Hydroelectric Plant, in the state of Espírito Santo, adding 50 MW of installed capacity.
EDP Energias do Brasil shares are selected for inclusion in the BM&F Bovespa Sustainability Index (ISE).
The Company becames be named EDP Energias do Brasil.
Initial public offering of shares on the Novo Mercado of BM&F Bovespa and capitalization of the dollar debts Escelsa, in operation of almost U.S. $ 1.2 billion, the largest of its kind in the year.
End of the company’s restructuring process.
Deverticalization of assets, with the separation of generation and distribution businesses.
Start of second stage of company restructuring: preparation for the migration of distributors’ minority shareholders.
Resumption of construction on the Peixe Angical Plant, now with Furnas as a partner (40%) in Enerpeixe, with financing from BNDES and a pool of banks.
As the first step in company restructuring, the then EDP Brazil takes direct control of Iven S.A. and, consequently, of Escelsa and Enersul.
Lajeado Hydroelectric Plant enters full operation, with a capacity of 902.5 MW.
Acquisition, at auction, of the concession to build the Peixe Angical Plant (TO), with a capacity of 452 MW.
Reorganization of Bandeirante Energia, with the divestiture of CPFL from the company’s capital stock, now exclusively controlled by EDP in Brazil.
Founding of EDP Brazil.
Acquisition of a direct and indirect stake in Iven, the controlling vehicle of Escelsa and Enersul.
Jointly with CPFL, acquisition of control of Bandeirante Energia as part of the privatization process of the state of São Paulo electricity sector.
Group EDP purchases 25% of the Luís Eduardo Magalhães (Lajeado) Hydroelectric Plant, in Tocantins, as its first investment in generation in Brazil.
Commencement of Group EDP operations in Brazil, with the acquisition of a minority stake in Cerj (currently Ampla).