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Electric Power Transmission (35 Solts)

Brazil
Stage 6: Successful / Preferred Proponent
Stage 6: Successful / Preferred Proponent
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PROJECT LOCATION (E.G. MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE)
Brazil Distrito Federal Brazil 
OPPORTUNITY FOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVOLVEMENT
Equity Debt - Private Sector Construction Operations Advisors Debt - Concession
LAST UPDATED
Q2 2019
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Project Description
The project consists of the auction of 35 lots in 20 states: Alagoas, Bahia, Ceará, Goiás, Maranhão, Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais, Pará, Paraíba, Paraná, Pernambuco, Piauí, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Norte, Rio Grande do Sul, Rondônia, Santa Catarina, São Paulo, Sergipe, and Tocantins. The project has high market attractiveness, since investments are related to mature technology and known revenue, as tariffs are paid by all consumers of the National Interconnected Electric Grid (SIN). The new facilities will demand an estimated investment of BRL 13.1 billion to construct substations and transmission lines, with 7,358 km of transmission lines and 13,172 mega-volt-amperes (MVA) of power. The concession contract will be 30 years long. The construction time of the projects varies from 36 to 60 months. Bidders who offers the lowest Allowed Annual Revenue (RAP) per lot will be the winners. All information regarding the auction of the 35 Lots is available on the specific page of the Auction No. 05/2016 on ANEEL's official website. Additionally, the Call Notice and its Annexes are available in the English and Spanish versions. With this project the government seeks to guarantee that the electrical energy supply will be efficient and affordable to all Brazilian regions. The transmission lines, for example, enable a better use of the hydropower plants reservoirs and the electricity generated by wind and solar plants, which increases the quality of the service. Besides the advantages for the electric sector the project will also generate an estimated 28 thousand direct jobs during the construction. It is worth mentioning that the projects will not affect the current electricity tariffs. Only when the new projects are operational the tariffs will be affected.
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Project stage info
Stage 1: Initial Government Announcement
Completed
Stage 2: Project Investigation
Completed
Stage 3: Start of Project Feasibility / Business Case
Completed
Stage 4: Project Feasibility / Business Case Complete
Completed
Stage 5: Government Approval / Procurement Stage
Completed
Stage 6: Successful / Preferred Proponent
Completed
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