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The Corumbá III Entrepreneurial Consortium comprises two companies: Geração CIII (60%) and Energética Corumbá III S.A (40%). The first consists entirely of Grupo Neoenergia. The second is made up of five companies: Companhia Energética de Brasília – CEB (37.5%), Companhia Energética de Goiás – CELG (37.5%), Geração CIII (15.58%), Strata (5.93%), and Energ (1.63%), in addition to the 1.85% of shares allocated to free trading in the financial market.

From this Consortium, since April 2009, the Corumbá Hydro Power Plant (Corumbá HPP) has been operated in the municipality of Luziânia, in Goiás (GO), the power plant's main area of influence. 

The Corumbá HPP has an installed capacity of 96.42 MW. The energy produced at the plant is sold to CEB and supplies roughly 10% of Brasília's demand. In addition, the power plant also plays the strategic role of ensuring supply to the three federal branches in the event of electricity supply problems.


The Corumbá III Entrepreneurial Consortium obtained its concession in 2001, upon signature of the contract at the Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency (ANEEL), but the project only gained momentum after the entry of Neoenergia, which enabled the beginning of construction in September 2006, after obtaining an Installation License in March of the same year.


In, 2011, the plant maintained the certification of its Occupational Health and Safety Management System, in accordance with the internationals guidelines of the OHSAS 18001:2007 standard. As a result of the good practices, in 2012 it hit the three-year milestone of operation without any lost time injuries.​

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