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About the company

Companhia Paranaense de Energia, also known as Copel, is a Brazil-based electric utilities company. The Firm’s activities are divided into five segments: Power Generation and Transmission (GeT); Power Distribution and Sales (DiS); Telecommunications (TEL); Gas; and Holding (HOL). The GeT segment includes the generation of electric energy from hydraulic, wind and thermal projects; the transport and transformation of the power generated by the Company; and the construction, operation and maintenance of all power transmission substations and lines. The DiS segment is focused on the distribution and sale of electric energy, and the operation and maintenance of the distribution infrastructure. The TEL segment provides telecommunications services. The Gas segment is involved in the public service of piped natural gas distribution. The HOL segment consists of the participation in other companies. The Company operates in the state of Parana.

  • Revenue in USD (TTM)4.23bn
  • Net income in USD162.37m
  • Incorporated1954
  • Employees5.90k
  • Location
    Companhia Paranaense de EnergiaRua Coronel Dulcidio, 800, BatelCURITIBA 80.420-170BrazilBRA
  • Phone+55 4 133314011
  • Fax+55 4 133312849
  • Websitehttps://www.copel.com/
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Mergers & acquisitions

Acquired companyDeal statusDateDate /
Deal status
CPLE6D1:SAO since
announced
Transaction
value
EDP Renovaveis SA-Wind Projects(2)Announced06 Oct 202206 Oct 2022Announced22.86%--
Ibitu Energia SAAnnounced14 Jan 202214 Jan 2022Announced31.14%--
Rio Energy Projetos De Energia SAAnnounced14 Jan 202214 Jan 2022Announced31.14%--
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