Founded in 1962, Centrais Elétricas do Pará (Celpa) supplies power energy in northern Brazil's Pará state. Its concession area comprises 1,247,690km2, serving over 2mn consumers in 144 municipalities under a 30-years distribution concession contract that expires in July 2028. It also holds a concession contract for the operation of 11 thermoelectric plants, comprising an installed capacity of 26,350MW. The firm is a former subsidiary of Rede Energia, which sold its stake to Equatorial Energia for the symbolic amount of one real in 2012, after Celpa filed for bankruptcy protection with a reported debt of US$3.4bn.
Centrais Elétricas do Pará S.A.
Rod Augusto Montenegro - Km 8.5, Belém, Pará, Brazil