Brazilian power distributor Cemat, a subsidiary of holding group Rede Energia, supplies 3.0mn clients in 141 towns in the center-western state of Mato Grosso, with a concession area covering 903,358km2. Cemat was created in 1958 as a state-owned company to supply electricity to Mato Grosso and later privatized in the late 1990s through a public bidding process won by local power group Grupo Rede. It is presently among Rede's largest concessionaries with a 30-year renewable concession granted at the time of privatization. Cemat is headquartered in Cuiabá, Brazil. Since April, 2014, brazilian electric power holding Energisa assumed control of Rede Energia's eight distributors that have been under Aneel's control since September 2012, including CFLO, Bragantina, Nacional, Vale do Paranapanema, Caiuá, Enersul, Cemat and Celtins.
Centrais Elétricas Matogrossenses S.A.
Rua Manoel dos Santos Coimbra #184, Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brazil