Brazil's Enersul is mainly engaged in the distribution of electric energy in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul. It has a concession area serving some 329,000km2. Enersul supplies 815,000 consumer units in 73 towns in the center-western state, which account for 92% of the total area of the state. The company's current regional system is made up of 54,466km of network distribution cables. Enersul is owned by local utility holding company Rede Energia. The company was founded in 1979 and is based in Campo Grande. 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.