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Investor Relations

Transmissora Aliança de Energia Elétrica S.A. – TAESA, upon performing the implementation, operation and maintenance of its electric power transmission assets, and conducting its administrative and business management processes, considers Sustainability an important value to be cultivated and maintained as part of its culture, in order to ensure the safety and reliability of its processes, as well as the improvement of the population life quality while respecting the natural environment and the sustainable development.

TAESA operates to:

Foster the continuous improvement of the company’s environmental performance

 Maintain a transparent relationship with stakeholders and communities where it operates

Apply modern and economically feasible methods to improve its processes

Believing in sustainable growth and attentive to the needs of future generations, the Company operates in an increasingly effective manner based on three sustainability pillars.

Regarding this pillar, TAESA values the human aspect of its business, that is, its employees, suppliers and communities in the vicinities where it operates, which relate in some way to its activities and services. The Company invests in offering a pleasant work environment, considering health and well-being of its workers a top priority. Broadly, it adopts practices aimed at the improvement of all fields and regions where it operates, so it can offer improved life quality and equality to the population.

This aspect may be considered as the basis of sustainability, from which TAESA pursues practices aimed to preserve the environment and the natural resources, and to reduce waste of materials. Upon conducting its activities, the Company looks for improving its projects at the lowest environmental impact and seeking alternatives to its actions within the context of each region.

The economic pillar, despite its name, goes beyond the issues related to the financial aspect. It addresses the causes and effects of business decisions in the social and environmental spheres as well. TAESA seeks to develop its economic activities healthfully, guarantee the economic flow, and create jobs, always attentive to the causes and effects that its business decisions can affect on the other sustainability pillars.

TAESA has also been adopting ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) practices, which have been growing and becoming increasingly significant to the world capital market. A proof to this is the 25% global increase, from 2014 to 2016, of resources under management from investors that incorporate ESG in their investment decisions, reaching about USD 23 trillion, according to the 2016 Global Sustainable Investment Review. In 2019, TAESA hired a specialized external consulting firm to learn more about the subject and develop a plan to implement better Environmental, Social and Governance practices towards sustainable development and the continuity of its business.

TAESA’s Annual Social and Environmental Responsibility Report

TAESA’s social and environmental responsibility report presents ideas, actions, strategies and positions that are environmentally relevant, economically feasible, socially fair, and culturally varied, demonstrating clearly the Company’s concern and commitment to the subject.