Âmbar Energia develops, implements and explores energy generation (thermal and wind) and distribution projects with an aim to contribute to solving the new challenges of expanding and diversifying the Brazilian energy mix.
A team of highly experienced professionals works to identify opportunities and create solutions that meet the National Interconnected System’s (SIN) challenges. Brazil’s system encompasses the country’s five regions and comprises facilities operated by privately-owned, government-owned and mixed publicly-privately owned companies, regulated and supervised by ANEEL, the National electricity regulatory agency.
In the distribution sector Âmbar Energia has transmission lines and electric substations in the states of São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Piauí, Bahia, Goiás and the Federal District.
As for the generation assets, they include the Cuiabá Integrated Energy Project, which encompasses a thermoelectric power plant and a set of gas pipelines that transport natural gas from Chiquitos, in Bolivia, to Cuiabá, in Mato Grosso; And the implementation of two wind farms, in Baleia, in the State of Ceará, and in Punaú, in the State of Rio Grande do Norte.