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Copel, Omega, Prisma Capital among parties interested in Renova wind farm
Brazil's Copel Hires Rotschild, Cescon Barrieu Law Firm To Sell Telecom Subsidiary- Filing
Brazilian Power Co Copel Estimates May Raise Up To 1.8 Billion Reais With Telecom Assets Sale- Btg Pactual Analysts
Companhia Paranaense de Energia, also known as Copel, is a Brazil-based electric utilities company. The Firm’s activities are divided into five segments: Power Generation and Transmission (GeT); Power Distribution and Sales (DiS); Telecommunications (TEL); Gas; and Holding (HOL). The GeT segment includes the generation of electric energy from hydraulic, wind and thermal projects; the transport and transformation of the power generated by the Company; and the construction, operation and maintenance of all power transmission substations and lines. The DiS segment is focused on the distribution and sale of electric energy, and the operation and maintenance of the distribution infrastructure. The TEL segment provides telecommunications services. The Gas segment is involved in the public service of piped natural gas distribution. The HOL segment consists of the participation in other companies. The Company operates in the state of Parana.
Rua Coronel Dulcidio, 800, Batel
Marcel Martins Malczewski
Chairman of the Board
Daniel Pimentel Slaviero
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Adriano Rudek de Moura
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relations Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Vicente Loiacono Neto
Chief Governance, Risk and Compliance Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Chief Assistant Officer, Member of the Executive Board
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Brazilian state-controlled utility Companhia Paranaense de Energia, known as Copel, has signed a deal worth 1 billion reais ($200 million) to acquire the Vilas wind farm complex, it said in a securities filing on Monday.
France's Engie is considering acquiring a hydroelectric dam owned by Brazilian state power company Companhia Paranaense de Energia, newspaper Valor Economico reported on Wednesday.
Brazilian state power company Companhia Paranaense de Energia plans to sell assets including one hydroelectric dam, a telecommunications subsidiary and a stake in a natural gas distribution company, Chief Financial Officer Adriano de Moura told Reuters on Wednesday.
Brazil's state-run power firm Copel will invest 2.9 billion reais ($700.03 million) to modernize its distribution network by 2025, the company said in a securities filing later on Wednesday. Copel added its modernization projects include building approximately 25,000 kilometers...
Brazilian power company Companhia Paranaense de Energia, known as Copel, said on Monday that a shareholders agreement between BNDES Participações SA and state of Paraná ended on Dec. 22 without renewal.
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