Brazilian power distributor Companhia Energética do Ceará (Coelce) serves 3.6mn clients in 184 towns and cities in the northeastern state of Ceará. Its concession area covers 148,825km2. The company operates 109 substations, 133,036km of distribution lines, and 5,069km of transmission linesBased in the city of Fortaleza, the company was created in 1971 after the merger of the four energy distributors that existed in Ceará state: Companhia de Eletricidade do Cariri (Celca), Companhia de Eletrificação Centro-Norte do Ceará (Cenort), Companhia Nordeste de Eletrificação de Fortaleza (Conefor), and the Companhia de Eletrificação do Nordeste (Cerne). Coelce is controlled by Enel Group through its local subsidiary Enel Brasil (formerly Endesa Brasil).
Companhia Energética do Ceará S.A.
Rua Padre Valdevino 150, Centro, Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil