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TAESA, through its assets, is located throughout Brazil (in urban and rural areas) in a wide range of biomes and with different environmental contexts and natural resources. As defined by the concept of sustainable development¹, we seek development that meets present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs, in other words: using natural resources in an optimal way, minimizing impacts in implementing new projects and/or maintaining its current assets and facilities, as well as operation of concessions.

The Company’s operations prioritize responsible environmental management, minimizing impacts and promoting actions of mitigation and compensation; we spotlight important measures relating to climate (Greenhouse Gas Inventory – GHG Protocol), biodiversity, and eco-efficiency.

Environmental management

  Integrated Management System Policy (“SGIT”)

TAESA has an Integrated Management System Policy to contribute for the safety and health of their employees and subcontractors, and also to improve the quality of life of population, regarding the environment and sustainable development.

Among the main commitments are:

  • Protect Health, Safety and the Environment, through the identification, periodic assessment and prevention of risks, dangers and impacts.
  • Ensure integration of HSE issues with decision-making processes.
  • Respect the Golden Rules that summarize the basis for the safe behavior of TAESA’s employees
  • Periodically review, update and adapt its processes, with economically feasible technological solutions, seeking continuous improvement.
  • Develop effective processes of education, communication and information to strengthen the relationship with communities and the participation of stakeholders
  • Fulfill the concession-related obligations of its assets, with safety, continuity and quality.
  • List social and environmental criteria in the selection of proposals and in
  • service providers’ contracts
  • Promote a leadership operation committed to the excellence of performance and awareness of stakeholders regarding their Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) responsibilities.
  • Respect and ensure compliance with current legislation and voluntarily acquired commitments regarding health, safety and environment.
  • Periodically review, update and adapt its processes, with economically feasible technological solutions, seeking continuous improvement.
  • Establish the Health, Safety and Environment Management System Manual (HSEMSM).
  • List social and environmental criteria in the selection of proposals and in service providers’ contracts.

SGIT Policy is considered as the core document of the Management System, according to ISO 9001 standards – Quality Management; ISO 14001 – Environmental Management; ISO 45001 – Occupational Health and Safety Management; and ISO 55001 – Asset Management and seeking its certification, from which all managerial and operational actions related to the social and environmental aspects of the business are derived. Applied to the entire Company, it covers employees, contractors and partners subject to the Company’s guidelines, improving tasks’ fulfillment

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  Environmental Licensing

This is an instrument established by Brazil’s NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT POLICY (Law 6938/1981), which lays down the set of procedures aimed at ensuring SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, i.e., to implement ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL ACTIONS AND MEASURES in order for activities and enterprises that use natural resources to have minimal environmental impact.

The licensing process is carried out in accordance with Brazilian legislation and pursuant to the guidelines of federal, state and municipal agencies, depending on the scope of the projects.

In general terms, the steps in this procedure are: this has three stages: PRELIMINARY LICENSE, INSTALLATION LICENSE, and OPERATING LICENSE.

(i) Preliminary License (LP), which assesses the project’s environmental feasibility, when evaluating the environmental impact study/environmental impact report (EIA/RIMA) or simplified environmental report (RAS); (ii) Installation License (LI), to commence the works; and (iii) Operating License (LO), for project start-up, granted after verification of the implementation of the environmental programs required in the licensing process. New licensing must, where applicable, take place according to the licensing rules described above.

  Waste Management

We have a Waste Management Program (PGR) that aims to minimize waste generation, maximize reuse and reprocessing, eliminate or reduce waste, whether in implementation or in operation and maintenance, properly disposing of waste that may cause damage to health and the environment.

The Program is carried out in accordance with current environmental legislation, rules and standards required by official environmental agencies, the Normative Instruction for Waste Control and Management, and good practices.

For this, generated waste is collected, segregated, stored, treated, transported, destined and properly disposed of, in addition to undergoing routine inspections to identify non-conformities. Before disposing of any material, possibility of reuse, recovery or recycling is verified. For non-hazardous waste, when applicable, recyclables are sent to recycling cooperatives or to voluntary delivery points in municipalities according to the unit’s local context. For hazardous waste, collection and disposal services – that are environmentally adequate – are contracted according to waste type.

  Eco-efficiency

Most of TAESA’s units are supplied by local energy and water networks or by underground wells for access to water resources, and do not use these resources in their production process. The use of energy and water is limited to employees in offices, warehouses and substations, to building cleaning and maintenance and, occasionally, to reinforcement and improvement work in substations.

Management intends to avoid waste and encourage conscious use of resources.

Stimulating and identifying initiatives developed by some units that can be expanded to others, such as rainwater collection, reuse of air conditioners’ water and installation of consumption reduction devices in taps and toilets.

In relation to energy eco-efficiency, some initiatives are developed at the units, such as replacing light bulbs by LED ones, awareness campaigns for efficient use of equipment, and solar energy pilot projects.

Conservation and Biodiversity

Conservation and Biodiversity themes are also SGIT objects aimed at establishing the guidelines related to Biodiversity Management and Conservation in the planning and execution of installation, operation and maintenance activities of the Company’s transmission assets, maintaining a number of programs in order to prevent and minimize its interference with the environment.

Rights-of-way  are delimited underneath the transmission lines, which are areas necessary for the construction, operation and maintenance of the undertaking, including removal of vegetation, maintenance through pruning, and guidance as to the types of land use and occupancy. The Right of Way is legally established through the Statement of Public Utility (DUP) issued by the Executive Power in favor of the entrepreneur, without, however, undergoing an expropriation process. The calculation of the Right of Way varies based on the project and is standardized by ABNT NBR 5422, which specifies the minimum safety distances between the conductors and the ground or the obstacles along the line, such as trees, buildings and rivers. It also considers the balance of the conducting cables due to the action of the wind, the electric field, radio interference, noise and the positioning of the support foundations.

We adopt initiatives that collaborate toward minimizing the occurrence of fires or invasions by people or farm animals that pose risky situations for people and surrounding communities, the transmission system, and the environment.

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  Suppression, Selective Vegetation Cutting and Pruning

A major part of these interferences (cutting – plant removal), occurs within the Right of Way, and for this reason, we base our procedures on reducing the impact on vegetation to the minimum necessary. Selective cutting consists of removing only larger species, the crown of which can interfere with the safety distance – that must always be ensured between the canopy of vegetation and the height of the conducting cable. In addition, whenever possible, replacement of total removal of a tree by pruning is considered. Depending on the height of the towers, the vegetation present in a right of way can be completely preserved.

Another procedure to minimize the suppression of vegetation during the construction of transmission lines, and that TAESA has been adopting in its recent projects under deployment, is the use of drones to launch the cables. With this methodology, it is possible to avoid or mitigate interference in vegetation, ensuring environmental preservation.

  Fauna and Flora

So that interventionist activities resulting from implementation and operation of a project is carried out in an environmentally sustainable manner, actions aimed at maintenance, preservation of remaining natural vegetation and protection of fauna are employed by the Company.

Particularly for transmission lines, the main impacts are related to the construction period; therefore, concentrated on a brief period. Therefore, the installation phase of this type of undertaking is carefully monitored by TAESA by performing actions to mitigate its impacts on fauna and flora as far as possible. Programs are developed to:

  • Displacement and/or rescue of wildlife species from the area of vegetation removal, releasing them in suitable regions, near the place of origin.
  • Fauna monitoring with the characterization of the composition, wealth and conservation status of the target groups in the areas of direct and indirect influence of the projects.
  • Rescuing germplasm (genetic variability of native species) for use in local biodiversity conservation and scientific research.

Forest Restoration and Recovery

Brazilian law provides for compensatory forest replacement when there is suppression of native vegetation cover and species threatened with extinction or protected by law. Forest replacement is an important action to compensate for direct and indirect impacts on fauna and flora.

Reforestation and enrichment planting techniques are used. The total planting includes the complete covering of areas without vegetation. On the other hand, the enrichment planting consists of introducing species, mainly in the final stages of ecological succession, in areas that have native vegetation, but with low species diversity.

  Degraded Area Restoration

The Degraded Areas Recovery Program (PRAD) is developed in four distinct stages: planning, implementation, monitoring and maintenance; its primary objective is to promote the restoration of areas through ecological and sociocultural solutions, which allow for greater integration of the transmission lines with communities in the project region. For the recovery of areas following construction activities, the techniques for restoration are defined and specified, and corrective measures to be used for their reintegration to the original landscape are indicated.

In the operational phase of the transmission lines, the actions relating to the PRADs are based on the correction of environmental non-compliances, which can be recovered by implementing surface drainage, deploying energy dissipators, and replanting the area with species from the very region.

  Environmental Compensation

Infrastructure projects – which transmission lines are generally subject to, when necessary to prepare an environmental impact assessment/report – are subject to the obligation of Environmental Compensation, established by Federal Law 9985/2000 and regulated by Decree 4340/2002, which deal with all projects that cause significant environmental impact.

All TAESA’s concessions under this obligation had their investment percentages evaluated and approved by the environmental bodies. It is worth highlighting that, despite being a legal obligation resulting from licensing, TAESA proposes, together with the units benefited by the funds, actions that bring sustainable results to the community.

Climate changes

Aware of the relevance of this topic and its effects that have been intensifying in recent decades, both for society and for the business – such as the increase in extreme weather events including storms, gales and intense droughts. TAESA recognizes that integrating Climate Change issues, in preparation for a low carbon economy, is essential to ensure its long-term sustainability. To this end, it aims to align and articulate the strategy of its business model based on the assessment of climate risks and opportunities, informing the society and its investors of the efforts and lines of action adopted by the Company. TAESA is also committed to identify emissions (through the greenhouse gas inventory), risks, and to establish action plans (mitigation and adaptation) to lessen the effects of climate change.

  Greenhouse gas emissions

From this perspective of climate impacts, one of the most relevant and widely discussed topics in the world, the Company began a survey of the inventory of Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) based on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol), as well as the implementation of the Emissions Collection, Management and Reporting System at 100% of the controlled concessions. Moreover, the report ushered in the first target of reducing consumption of fossil fuels by the Company’s flex-fuel fleet, with the aim of optimizing the consumption of natural resources (eco-efficiency) and acting responsibly, by reducing the volume of emissions that contribute to climate change.

Lastly, it is worth mentioning that Sustainability is one of the fundamental vectors based on which the Company’s long-term strategic planning was prepared and recently approved by our Board of Directors. Therefore, the execution of Taesa’s strategy and our decision-making processes will always have sustainability as one of the key principles.

  Emissions Inventory

In the first stage, Inventory scope was defined (organization facilities and activities contemplated – organizational limit). Then, the organization’s GHG sources and sinks were identified, data collection process was carried out (by regional and corporate units) and emissions were calculated (using emission factors for conversion/ accounting) with the aid of a specialized software.

We conducted the inventory for base years 2020, 2021 and 2022; identifying that the results are compatible with the energy sector, particularly the electricity transmission sector, highlighting emissions related to land-use change processes such as vegetation removal, mobile combustion due to the company’s own fleet, and fugitive emissions such as the replacement of SF6 insulating gas, under Scope 1; and Transmission Loss, under Scope 2.

Concessions are responsible for managing the infrastructure of facilities and equipment, as well as ensuring the availability of the transmission lines. On the other hand, the ONS, by coordinating and controlling the operation of electric energy in the SIN, imposes restrictions on the establishment of mitigation actions and targets in relation to Scope 2, that is, to the loss of energy during the transmission process.

Due to this specific context of the Brazilian electric sector, there is a challenge on how to set goals aligned with SBTi initiatives, Race to Zero, Business Ambition for 1.5ºC and NET ZERO Ambition by the Global Compact, designed to comply with and adhere both to Global Compact and to the Paris Agreement, which the Company supports. Thus, we at TAESA are monitoring all these initiatives; we have established actions such as campaigns and training related to the topic; firefighting training and fire reduction; forest restoration; nursery cultivation and distribution of seedlings; and we are building a plan of action and targets to combat Climate Change to be implemented by 2030.

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André Moreira

Diretor Presidente

O Sr. O Sr. Andre Augusto Telles Moreira é graduado em Engenharia Elétrica pela Escola Federal de Engenharia de Itajubá – EFEI MG e pós-graduado em Qualidade pela Universidade Estadual de Campinas (IMECC). Possui MBA pela Universidade AmBev (Brahma) e MBA em Gestão Empresas Públicas e Privadas, pela Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado – FAAP. Ao longo de sua trajetória profissional no setor elétrico, desenvolvida nas empresas do grupo Neoenergia, atuou como Diretor Executivo de Operações e Diretor Executivo Comercial e de Comercialização na Elektro Eletricidade e Serviços S.A., entre os anos de 2006 a 2017, como Diretor Presidente na Coelba – Companhia de Eletricidade do Estado da Bahia, em 2017 e, em sua última experiência, como Diretor Executivo de Distribuição na Neoenergia, de 2018 a 2020. Atuou, ainda, como membro do Conselho das distribuidoras Coelba, Celpe, Elektro e Cosern; além de ter ocupado os cargos de membro do Conselho de Administração da Iberdrola Distribuición Eléctrica (Espanha), Avangrid Networks (EUA), Afluente T S.A. e I- de Redes Eléctricas Inteligentes, S.A.

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Rinaldo Pecchio

Diretor Financeiro e de TI

O Sr. Rinaldo Pecchio Jr. é graduado em Economia pela Unicamp e em Ciências Contábeis pela Puccamp e possui MBA em Finanças pela IBMEC. Apresenta mais de 30 anos de carreira, e atua como CFO desde 2004. Iniciou sua trajetória como auditor da Arthur Andersen e desenvolveu sua carreira majoritariamente no setor elétrico, com passagens pelos setores de indústria e agronegócio. Construiu um repertório em FP&A no início de sua carreira e possui sólida experiência em project finance e emissão de dívidas, sendo pioneiro na emissão de debêntures verde do setor de transmissão. Como CFO, passou por empresas como Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira S.A.- CTC, ISA Cteep S.A., Grupo AES Brasil, Tetra Pak Ltda e Elektro.

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Marco Faria

Diretor Técnico

Graduado em Engenharia Elétrica pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais – PUC/MG em 1987. Possui MBA em Gestão de Projetos e Pessoas pela FGV. Ao longo de sua trajetória profissional, iniciada na CEMIG em 1978 (geração, transmissão e distribuição de energia elétrica), desempenhou diversas funções. Desde 1988, ocupou cargos gerenciais sendo os últimos como (i) Gerente de Operação e Manutenção da Transmissão, de 1997 a 2008; e (ii) Gestor do Projeto de Integração da Companhia, em 2009. Neste mesmo ano, assumiu a diretoria técnica da TAESA. Em 2017 foi eleito para acumular interinamente os cargos de Diretor Presidente e de Diretor de Desenvolvimento de Negócios da empresa. Atualmente, é diretor em outras empresas participadas do grupo e conselheiro do Operador Nacional do Sistema Elétrico e da Associação Brasileira das Empresas de Transmissão de Energia Elétrica

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Diretor de Negócios e Gestçao de Participações

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Luis Alves

Diretor de Implantação

Graduado em Engenharia Elétrica pela Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho, com Pós-Graduação em Planejamento de Sistemas Energéticos pela Unicamp e MBA em Gestão Empresarial pela Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV). Possui mais de 25 anos de experiência na área de energia, com foco em operação, manutenção e expansão e com atuação em grandes empresas no setor de energia elétrica.

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André Moreira

Diretor Presidente

Mr. Andre Augusto Telles Moreira has a degree in Electrical Engineering from Escola Federal de Engenharia de Itajubá (EFEI MG) and a postgraduate degree in Quality from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (IMECC). He holds an MBA from AmBev University (Brahma) and an MBA in Public and Private Business Management from Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP). Graduated in Business Management Leadership – ESADE (Spain), Global Leadership – IMD (Switzerland), Sustainable Business Strategies Course – MIT (USA), Management Board Memberr Course – IBGC and Change Management in Complex Environments – MIT (USA). Throughout his professional career in the electric sector, developed in the Neoenergia Group’s companies, he served as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Commercial and Trading Officer of Elektro Eletricidade e Serviços S.A from 2006 to 2017; as Chief Executive Officer at Coelba – Companhia de Eletricidade do Estado da Bahia, in 2017 and, in his last experience, as Executive Director of Distribution at Neoenergia, from 2018 to 2020. He also served as a Board member of distributors Coelba, Celpe, Elektro and Cosern; in addition to being a member of the Board of Directors of Iberdrola Distribuición Eléctrica (Spain), Avangrid Networks (USA), Afluente T S.A. and I- de Redes Eléctricas Inteligentes, S.A. He currently holds the positions of Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investor Relations Officer and Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer at the Company. The administrator above declares that in the last 5 years he has not had any criminal conviction; any conviction in any CVM administrative proceedings and penalties applied; and/or any final and unappealable conviction, in the judicial or administrative sphere, that had the effect of suspension or disqualification for the practice of any professional or commercial activity.

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Rinaldo Pecchio

Diretor Financeiro e de TI

Mr. Rinaldo Pecchio Jr. holds a degree in Economics from Unicamp, in Accounting from Puccamp and an MBA in Finance from IBMEC. He has a career spanning more than 30 years, acting in a CFO capacity since 2004. He began his career as an auditor at Arthur Andersen and developed his career mainly in the electric power sector, also working in the industrial and agribusiness sectors. He built a repertoire in FP&A early in his career and has solid experience in project finance and debt issuance, pioneering the issuance of green bonds in the transmission segment. As CFO, he worked for companies such as Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira S.A.- CTC, ISA Cteep S.A., Grupo AES Brasil, Tetra Pak Ltda and Elektro.

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Marco Faria

Diretor Técnico

He has a degree in Electrical Engineering from the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais – PUC / MG in 1987. He holds an MBA in Project Management and People FGV. Throughout his professional career, initiated in CEMIG in 1978 (generation, transmission and distribution of electric energy), he performed several functions. Since 1988, he has held managerial positions, the last being (i) Transmission Operation and Maintenance Manager, from 1997 to 2008; and (ii) Manager of the Company’s Integration Project, in 2009. In the same year, he assumed the technical management of TAESA. In 2017 he was elected to temporarily accumulate the positions of Chief Executive Officer and Business Development Director of the company. He is currently director of other companies in the group and adviser to the Operador Nacional do Sistema Elétrico (ONS) and the Associação Brasileira das Empresas de Transmissão de Energia Elétrica.

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Fábio Fernandes

Diretor de Negócios e Gestçao de Participações

He holds a degree in Economic Sciences from Faculdade Cândido Mendes, a Master’s in Business Economics from the same institution and an MBA in Corporate Finance from IBMEC, accumulating 30 years of professional experience in several industries in the financial area, such as financial planning, treasury, economic and financial valuation, project finance, M&A and capital market operations. Currently he is responsible for prospecting and assessing the Company’s new businesses, having already worked in several areas of the Company since 2007.

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Luis Alves

Diretor de Implantação

He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho, with a Postgraduate Degree in Energy Systems Planning from Unicamp, and an MBA in Business Management from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV). He has more than 25 years of professional experience in the energy sector, focused on operation, maintenance and expansion, and has held positionsin large companiesin the electrical energy sector.

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André Moreira

Diretor Presidente

El Sr. Andre Augusto Telles Moreira es licenciado en Ingeniería Eléctrica por la Escuela Federal de Ingeniería de Itajubá (EFEI-MG) y posgrado en Calidad por la Universidad Estadual de Campinas (IMECC). Tiene un MBA de la Universidad AmBev (Brahma) y un MBA en Gestión de Empresas Públicas y Privadas por la Fundación Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP). Tiene formación en Liderazgo en Gestión de Negocios – ESADE (España), Liderazgo Global – IMD (Suiza), Curso de Estrategias de Negocios Sostenibles – MIT (EUA), Curso de Consejero de Administración – IBGC y Gestión del Cambio en Entornos Complejos – MIT (EUA). A lo largo de su trayectoria profesional en el sector eléctrico, desarrollada en las empresas del grupo Neoenergia, se desempeñó como Director Ejecutivo de Operaciones y Director Ejecutivo Comercial y de Comercialización en Elektro Eletricidade e Serviços S.A., de 2006 a 2017; como Director Presidente en Coelba – Companhia de Eletricidade do Estado da Bahia, en 2017 y, en su última experiencia, como Director Ejecutivo de Distribución en Neoenergia, de 2018 a 2020. También se desempeñó como miembro del Consejo de las distribuidoras Coelba, Celpe, Elektro y Cosern; además de haber ocupado los cargos de miembro del Consejo de Administración de Iberdrola Distribución Eléctrica (España), Avangrid Networks (EUA), Afluente T S.A. e I- de Redes Eléctricas Inteligentes, S.A. Actualmente ocupa los cargos de Director Presidente y de Relación con Inversionistas y de Director Jurídico y Regulatorio en la Compañía. El administrador mencionado declara que en los últimos 5 años no ha sufrido ninguna condena penal; ninguna condena en proceso administrativo de la CVM ni las penas aplicadas; ni ninguna condena de sentencia definitiva, en la esfera judicial o administrativa, que haya tenido como efecto la suspensión o la inhabilitación para la práctica de cualquier actividad profesional o comercial.

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Rinaldo Pecchio

Diretor Financeiro e de TI

El Sr. Rinaldo Pecchio Jr. es licenciado en Economía por la Unicamp y en Ciencias Contables por la Puccamp, y cuenta con MBA en Finanzas por la IBEMEC. Tiene una carrera de más de 30 años y es CFO desde 2004. Inició su carrera como auditor en Arthur Andersen y desarrolló su carrera principalmente en el sector eléctrico, con pasajes en los sectores de industria y agronegocios. Desarrolló un repertorio en FP&A al principio de su carrera y tiene una sólida experiencia en financiamiento de proyectos y emisión de deuda, siendo pionero en la emisión de bonos verdes en el sector de transmisión. Como CFO, trabajó para empresas como Centro de Tecnología Canavieira S.A.- CTC, ISA Cteep S.A., Grupo AES Brasil, Tetra Pak Ltda y Elektro.

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Marco Faria

Diretor Técnico

Graduado en Ingeniería Eléctrica por la Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais – PUC/MG en 1987. Posee un MBA en Gestión de Proyectos y Personas por la FGV. A lo largo de su carrera profesional, iniciado en CEMIG en 1978 (generación, transmisión y distribución de energía eléctrica), realizó varias funciones. Desde 1988, ha ocupado cargos gerenciales, el último de los cuales fue (i) Gerente de Operación y Mantenimiento de Transmisión, desde 1997 hasta 2008; y (ii) Gerente del Proyecto de Integración de la Compañía, en 2009. En el mismo año, asumió la gestión técnica de TAESA. En 2017, fue elegido para acumular temporalmente los cargos de Director Ejecutivo y Director de Desarrollo de Negocios de la compañía. Actualmente es director de otras compañías del grupo y asesor del Operador Nacional del Sistema Eléctrico y de la Asociación Brasileña de Empresas de Transmisión de Energía Eléctrica.

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Fábio Fernandes

Diretor de Negócios e Gestçao de Participações

Es licenciado en Ciencias Económicas por la Facultad Cândido Mendes, Máster en Economía Empresarial por la misma institución y con MBA en Finanzas Corporativas por IBMEC, y 30 años de experiencia profesional en diversos sectores del área financiero, como planificación financiera, tesorería, evaluación económico-financiera, project finance, M&A y operaciones de mercado de capitales. Actualmente es responsable de la prospección y evaluación de los nuevos negocios de la Compañía, y ya ha trabajado en diversas áreas de la Compañía desde 2007.

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Luis Alves

Diretor de Implantação

Es ingeniero eléctrico por la Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho, con un Postgrado en Planificación de Sistemas Energéticos por la Unicamp y un MBA en Gestión empresarial por la Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV). Cuenta con más de 25 años de experiencia en el area de energía, con enfoque en operación, mantenimiento y expansión y con desempeño en grandes empresas del sector eléctrico.

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