Enel Americas SA
- Enel Americas SA
EmployeesFull Time Employees: 11,433
- Francisco de Borja Acha Besga
- Luca d'Agnese
- Jose Antonio Vargas Lleras
- Francisco Javier Galan Allue
- Alain Rosolino
- Emanuele Brandolini Brandolini
- Raffaele Cutrignelli
- Marco Fadda
- Francesco Giorgianni
- Jose Miranda Montecinos
- Santa Rosa 76 Piso 16
- SANTIAGO 8330099
- P: +562.23534400
- F: +562.23784790
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Enel Americas S.A., formerly Enersis Americas S.A., incorporated on January 1, 1981, through its subsidiaries and jointly controlled entities, is engaged in the electricity generation, transmission and distribution businesses in Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Argentina. The Company operates through two segments: Generation and Transmission, and Distribution.
Generation and Transmission
The Company’s Generation and Transmission segment operates through companies, including Central Comercializadora de Energia S.A. (Cemsa); Central Dock Sud S.A. (Dock Sud); Central Costanera S.A. (Costanera); Hidroelectrica El Chocon S.A. (El Chocon); Centrais Eletricas Cachoeira Dourada S.A. (Cachoeira Dourada); Companhia de Interconexao Energetica S.A. (CIEN); Enel Brasil S.A. (Enel Brasil); Central Geradora Termeletrica Fortaleza S.A. (Fortaleza); Emgesa S.A. E.S.P. (Emgesa); Edegel S.A.A. (Edegel), and Empresa Electrica de Piura S.A. (EEPSA). Cemsa’s principal activities include trading of electricity and fuel oil. Cemsa has agreements with Argentine electricity power stations, which include Costanera, Dock Sud, Centrales Termicas del Noroeste S.A. and El Chocon, to support its supply contracts. As of December 31, 2015, Dock Sud owned and operated 870 megawatts (MW) generation facility consisting of two plants. As of December 31, 2015, Dock Sud’s power station had four gas turbines and a steam turbine. Costanera is an electricity generation company. As of December 31, 2015, Costanera had six steam turbines with an aggregate capacity of 1,131 MW, and two natural gas combined-cycle facilities with a total capacity of 1,173 MW.
The Company holds interest in El Chocon, which is an electricity generation company. As of December 31, 2015, El Chocon had two hydroelectric power stations with an aggregate installed capacity of 1,328 MW located between Neuquen and Rio Negro provinces, in the Comahue Basin in southern Argentina. Cachoeira Dourada owns and operates a run-of-the-river hydroelectric plant using the flows from the Paranaiba River, located in the State of Goias. As of December 31, 2015, Cachoeira Dourada’s plant included 10 generating units totaling 665 MW of installed capacity. CIEN is a Brazilian transmission and trading company. Enel Brasil includes the operations of two generation companies (Cachoeira Dourada and Fortaleza), the transmission company (CIEN), as well as two distribution companies.
As of December 31, 2015, Fortaleza owned and operated a 322 MW natural gas combined-cycle power plant. As of December 31, 2015, Emgesa had a total installed generating capacity of 3,459 MW, of which 87% is from hydroelectric power plants and 13% is from thermoelectric power plants. Edegel is an electricity generation company. As of December 31, 2015, Edegel owned and operated seven hydroelectric plants and two thermal plants, with a combined installed capacity of 1,685 MW. As of December 31, 2015, EEPSA had 298 MW of generation capacity, consisting of two thermal plants, Malacas and Malacas II, both of which are located in the province of Talara-Piura, which operate using locally produced natural gas.
The Company’s Distribution segment operates through companies, including Empresa Distribuidora Sur S.A. (Edesur); Ampla Energia e Servicos S.A. (Ampla); Companhia Energetica do Ceara S.A. (Coelce); Codensa S.A. E.S.P. (Codensa), and Empresa de Distribucion Electrica de Lima Norte S.A.A. (Edelnor). Edesur is an electricity distribution company in Argentina. As of December 31, 2015, Edesur operated in a concession area of 3,309 square kilometers in the south-central part of the Buenos Aires metropolitan area, serving approximately 2.5 million customers under a concession. Ampla is an electricity distribution company in the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As of December 31, 2015, Ampla distributed electricity to 66 municipalities located in the State of Rio de Janeiro in a concession area of 32,615 square kilometers. Coelce is an electricity distributor of the State of Ceara, located in the northeastern part of Brazil. Codensa is an electricity distribution company. As of December 31, 2015, Codensa served a concession area of 14,456 square kilometers in Bogota and other 96 municipalities of the provinces of Cundinamarca, Tolima and Boyaca. Edelnor is a Peruvian electricity distribution company. As of December 31, 2015, Edelnor operated in a concession area of around 1,517 square kilometers.
Selected Related and Jointly Controlled Companies
The Company holds interest in Yacylec S.A., which is an electricity transmission company. As of December 31, 2015, Yacylec transmission system included three 500 kilovolts (kV) transmission lines, four kilometers each in length, from the Hidroelectrica Yacireta power station to the Rincon de Santa Maria transformer station; the 500 kV Rincon de Santa Maria transformer station, located in the province of Corrientes; a 500 kV transmission line (296 kilometers long) from the Rincon de Santa Maria transformer station to the Resistencia transformer station, and an expansion of the Resistencia transformer station, located in the province of Chaco, and a communications system.
The Company is engaged in non-electricity business through its subsidiary, Servicios Informaticos e Inmobiliarios Ltda. (SIEI). SIEI is engaged in business consultancy in technology, information and computer science, telecommunications, data transmission and develops real estate projects in Chile.
The Company competes with GDF-Suez group, Electroperu, Inkia Energy group, Duke Energy group, Fenix Power Peru group, Empresas Publicas de Medellin, Isagen, AES Gener S.A., Colinversiones, Gecelca, Enarsa, NASA, Yacyreta, Salto Grande, AES Group, Sociedad Argentina de Energia S.A. and Pampa Energia.
Enel Americas SA: Slide deck
- ENIA - Form 20F Annual Report 31 Dec 2016: Slides deck
- ENIA - Q3 Corporate Presentation Sep 2016: Slides deck
- ENIA - Regulatory Framework Presentation June 2017: Slides deck
- ENIA - Q2 Corporate Presentation June 2017: Slides deck
- ENIA - Q2 Corporate Presentation 11 May 2016: Slides deck
- ENIA - Financial Strategy Presentation March 2017: Slides deck
- ENIA - Q1 Corporate Presentation March 2016: Slides deck