Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras SA (ELET6.SA)
R$ 0.41 (+1.52%)
|Market Cap(Mil.):||R$ 32,675.62|
Oct 27 Brazil's state-run electric sector holding company Eletrobras SA says in a statement on Thursday:
SAO PAULO Brazil's state-controlled power holding company Eletrobras said on Monday that a shareholders assembly approved the sale of a controlling stake of power distribution company Celg-D.
SAO PAULO, Oct 24 Brazil's state-controlled power holding company Eletrobras said on Monday that a shareholders assembly approved the sale of a controlling stake of power distribution company Celg-D.
SAO PAULO, Oct 21 Brazil's financially troubled state-controlled electricity utility holding company Eletrobras plans to focus efforts on completing existing projects before bidding on new plants and power lines, its Chief Executive said on Friday.
SAO PAULO The chief executive officer of Brazilian state-led electricity holding Eletrobras said on Friday he wanted to negotiate directly with his counterpart at Petrobras his company's onerous debt for fuel supplies owed to the state oil firm.
SAO PAULO, Sept 30 The head of Brazil's state-led electricity-utility holding company Eletrobras said on Friday the company will prioritize the sale of non-operational assets, like land and buildings, to raise cash.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept 30 Brazil's state-led electricity-utility holding company Eletrobras said on Friday that the country's power industry regulator ordered it to return 2.04 billion reais ($625 million) to a government utility expansion fund, one-third the amount it was ordered to pay before an appeal.
BRASILIA, Sept 14 Brazil's state-controlled utility Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras SA said on Wednesday the market value of its Celg-D power distributor unit was revised to 4.448 billion reais ($1.34 billion).
BRASILIA, Sept 13 Brazil's new government on Tuesday launched a sweeping plan to auction off licenses to operate oil and gas, electricity and infrastructure projects in an attempt to boost investment and pull the economy out of the deepest recession in eight decades.
BRASILIA Brazil on Tuesday launched a multibillion-dollar plan to auction off oil, power rights and infrastructure concessions, in an attempt by the new government to bolster private investment in a moribund economy.