History

Alupar Investment S.A. is a national private holding company that was established in 2007.

Between July and December 2007, Alupar implemented a corporative reorganization process, through acquisitions and investments, and became stockholder in the following electric power transmission companies, previously controlled by Holding Company: EATE, ECTE, ENTE, ERTE, ETEP, ETES, Lumitrans, STC, STN, Transirapé, Transleste and Transudeste, as well as special purpose companies in the sector of electric power generation as: Foz do Rio Claro, Ijuí, Queluz and Lavrinhas.

Later, Alupar acquired EBTE, ESDE, ETEM, ETVG, TME, TNE, ETSE, Ferreira Gomes and Energia dos Ventos in auctions held by Aneel between 2008 and 2011. Also in 2011, the Company acquired autorization to build the SHPP Morro Azul in Colombia.

In 2013, the Company sold energy in the ANEEL auctions of June and October 2013 for the small hydroelectric power plants Verde 08 and Antônio Dias, with 30.0 MW and 23 MW, respectively (the sold enery contracts were terminated on May 29, 2017); in addition to receiving the authorization to implement the La Virgen HPP, with 64 MW, in Peru.

In 2014, Alupar won the Lot C (ELTE) at the ANEEL Auction 001/2014, the granting of transmission assets.

In 2016, Alupar won Lots I (ETAP) and T (ETC) at the ANEEL Auction 13/2015, the granting of transmission assets. Also in 2016, Alupar won three Lots in the Transmission Auction Aneel 13/2015 – Stage 2, the Lots 2 (TPE) and 6 (TCC) and through its subsidiary EATE, the Lot 22 (ESTE). Bisedes that, also in 2016, Alupar won the bidding process UPME 07-2016 (TCE) through its controlled company Alupar Colombia.

In 2017, Alupar won Lot 19 (TSM) at the ANEEL Auction 05/2016, the granting of transmission assets. In addition, Alupar acquired equity interest in the Transmitter ETB and EDTE.

In 2018, through the Eletrobras Auction 01/2018, APAETE, a company formed by Alupar and CSHG Perfin Apollo 16 Investment Fund, was winner for the Lot O, acquiring the stake of Eletrobrás’ in AETE.

With such consolidation, Alupar holds a full amount of 7,929 km of transmission line distributed among 30 companies, and also 9 hydroelectric power plants with a total installed capacity of 588.3 MW in addition to a wind farm complex with five wind farms and a capacity of 98.7 MW.

In 2020, 32 of the 40 assets controlled by Alupar were in operation, 24 of which in the transmission segment, 7 in the hydroelectric generation segment and 1 wind farm complex also in the generation segment. Note that all the transmission and generation assets in operation have been developed and implemented by Alupar, proving Alupar’s technical capacity in the development of greenfield projects.

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