We operate in the heart of the Amazon. We are present in five states in the northern region of Brazil, promoting socio-economic development and environmental preservation.
We were born in 2008, in Roraima, with the purpose of changing the energy matrix with a verticalized business model, valuing people and the sectors in which we operate.
We operate in the entire production chain, as a way to ensure the efficiency of the proposed solutions and the commercialized products.
We are in the heart of the Amazon. Our commitment is to develop sustainable solutions for decarbonizing the forest, generating income and jobs in the northern region of Brazil.
We serve four municipalities located in the Isolated Systems with their electric power supply: Marechal Thaumaturgo, Porto Walter, Santa Rosa do Purus, and Jordão, with a generation capacity of 11.54 MW.
In the 02/2016 Energy Auction held by ANEEL, we won two lots of thermoelectric plants in the state of Amazonas to serve 6 locations. In the Manaus Free Trade Zone, we are building Brazil's first biorefinery and a new biodiesel production plant.
We have 4 poles for oil palm production in the Acará Valley and Lower Tocantins. We cultivate more than 60,000 hectares of oil palm and have more than 5,000 employees in the state. Besides, we have a soybean extruder in Paragominas.
We have 12 thermoelectric plants to serve the Isolated Systems, with a generation capacity of 8.1 MW. In Ji-Paraná, we have a biodiesel production plant and a biotechnology plant for the production of renewable inputs.
We were born in São João da Baliza, where we have the complete cycle of our operation: we plant, harvest, crush the fruit, produce biofuels, and generate clean electricity for the state.
We are a company committed to the well-being of communities. Our purpose is to contribute to the generation of jobs, income, socioeconomic development, and environmental preservation.
Through the Family Agriculture program of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA), we have encouraged more than 450 families in the state of Pará to grow oil palm sustainably.
We interface with Indigenous communities and quilombolas, maintaining continuous dialogue with the villages that cohabit the regions where we operate. We invest in infrastructure and socioeconomic development.
We promote continuous assistance and investment in infrastructure for the communities surrounding our operations, such as the construction of bridges, maintenance of local roads, lectures in schools, environmental preservation actions with the communities, technical assistance in plant health, among other actions.