Afluente T

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​​The Afluente Transmissão de Energia Elétrica (Afluente T) operates substations in the state of Bahia, connected to a total of 489 km of transmission lines. With installed capacity of 600 MVA, the company was incorporated in 2008, with control of the Grupo Neoenergia (87.8%). 

See the assets of Afluente T, which are part of the basic grid: 


Brumado II – 230/69kV



Transmission Lines of 230 kV

Tomba-Governador Mangabeira C1/C2

Itagibá-Brumado II -C1

Funil-Itagibá C1

Polo-Ford C1/C2

Camaçari IV-Polo C1/C2 

Transmission Lines of 138 kV

Funil-Poções C1 

Project History

Afluente T was created in 2008, from the spin-off of another controlled company of Grupo Neoenergia, the Afluente Geração e Transmissão de Energia Elétrica. This, in turn, was created in 2005 to take over the deverticalised generation and transmission assets of Companhia de Eletricidade do Estado da Bahia (Coelba), also owned by the Grupo.​

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