TAEE11 -0.83% (32.33)
IBOV 2.23% (115,202.00)
IEEX -0.38% (75,494.00)
IBXX 2.49% (49,543.00)
IGCX 2.22% (19,053.00)
EIGPM1 -1.94% (2.53)
EIPCA1 -81.50% (0.25)

Investor Relations

Sustainability is considered as a value for TAESA that has been gradually integrating the ESG practices (Environmental, Social and Governance) in its business strategy and decisions. This way, TAESA guarantees profitability through the sustainable growth, with financial discipline and operational efficiency, and reinforces the value shared with society, enhancing the improvement of the population’s quality of life, with respect to the environment and development sustainable, attentive to the needs of future generations.

In line with our goal to become a reference company in sustainability in the Electricity Transmission sector in Brazil, in 2019 we started the SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT, aiming at creating initiatives for continuous improvement and innovation, as well as improving social and environmental reports. In 2019 we adhere to the UN Global Compact, contributing to the 2030 agenda – Sustainable Development Goals (SDO), and from 2020 we will annually publish selected indicators, based on the analysis of the main ESG aspects addressed by the market, the energy sector and transmission, or by the existing frameworks (GRI, CDP, etc.), presented below:


Corporate Profile
# of Concessions - Taesa Holding101010
# of Concessions - Full Investees1065
# of Concessions - Interest192019
Substations 974141
Installed Capacity (MVA)9.4107.3007.300
Availability rate of lines (%)99,9099,9499,97
Total transmission lines (km)13.57612.13411.972
Distribution of wealth by stakeholders (R$ thousand -%)

Employees 114,562 (6.28%)105,729 (5.9%)101,386 (8.09%)
Government (taxes, fees, etc.)351,979 (19.29%)339,593 (18.96%)211,229 (16.85%)
Lenders355,736 (19.50%)274,100 (15.31%)292,349 (23.33%)
Withheld345,922 (18.96%)213,255 (11.91%)55,357 (4.42%)
Shareholders656,393 (35.97%)858,050 (47.92%)592,928 (47.31%)
Distributed added value (total)1,824,592 (100%)1,790,726 (100%)1,253,249 (100%)


Executive Board
Number of Executive Board members¹444
Average age of the Executive Board545352
Executive Board Directors Fees - annual total (R$)4.203.516,574.530.316,674.294.494,95
Term of office (years)1,001,001,00
¹ Taesa has 6 boards that were occupied in the last three years by 4 officers, accumulating positions
Board of Directors
Number of members of the Board of Directors²132222
Number of independent members of the Board of Directors (%)422
Percentage of attendance at meetings (%)²98%92%92%
Average age of the Board of Directors²655656
Remuneration (directors fees) of the Board of directors - annual total (R$)²2.178.932,702.709.283,452.619.918,00
Term of office (years) 2,00 2,00 2,00
² in 2019, the Board of Directors started to be composed of 13 full members.
Code of Conduct

Number of Reports in the Reporting Channel1003



Number of Own Employees594587503
Number of dismissals during the period9112468
Employee Turnover (%)14%10%11%
Percentage of women in managerial positions in relation to total managerial positions (%)171210
African-American employees in relation to the total - including browns (%)543
Black employees in relation to total - including browns (%)292731
Employees with disabilities in relation to the total (%)223
% of employees with Elementary Education 744
% of employees with Secondary Education423245
% of employees with Higher Education384936
% of employees with Graduate Studies131310
Total amount invested in professional development (R$ thousand)1.500.000,001.223.013,00724.616,40
Hours invested in professional development per trained employee474951
% of Employee Satisfaction 589%00
5 Satisfaction Level calculated by Great Place to Work (NPS – Employee Net Promoter Score / Data available from 2019

Investment right in P&D (R$)5.616.138,726.102.473,006.468.468,35
Invested in P&D (R$)8.249.952,997.734.483,0010.430.179,83

% of TAESA’s contracts that include clauses on respect for human rights and the prohibition of child labor.100%100%100%
% Of TAESA’s contracts that comply with the Health, Safety and Environment Policy. 100%100%100%
Social Responsibility


Investments in social responsibility (R$)5.499.931,565.328.965,004.590.000,00


Environmental Education and Social Programs

Number of cities visited1029697
Number of Owners visited2.1091.7852.718
Primary and secondary education units served271653
Number of teachers trained14110553
Total of oriented people7.5095.3239.524

Annual amount of solid waste generated (tons)138,63147,44126,78

Consumption of fossil fuels (Liters)390.696,68583,051.47³358.534,83
Total power consumption (KWh)2.948.188,892.664.152,894.681.788,81
Total water consumption (m³)3.078,7270,504.46 45.422,40
3 Fleet increase (O&M and Projects under implementation).
4 Increase due to works (reinforcements, improvements and implementation) of projects.