Transmitindo energia para o desenvolvimento sustentável brasileiro

Important Links

SGBH está conectada às agências/empresas privadas e governamentais listadas abaixo:

  • State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC)

    SGBH headquarters, State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) is the number one public utility service provider and the seventh largest company in the world, according to the 2011 ranking of Fortune Global 500. The company was created in 2002 to lead the Chinese government’s investments to supply safe, cheap, clean and sustainable electrical energy for social and economic development.
  • State Grid International Development Limited (SGID)

    State Grid International Development Limited (SGID) was created in 2008, in order to support investments in the company’s strategy to become international. The platform currently has 26 subsidiaries, including National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) and State Grid Brazil Holding (responsible for South America operations). State Grid International also has offices in the United States, Russia, Europe and India.
  • Brazilian Mines and Energy Ministry (MME)

    MME is responsible for managing the areas of geology, mineral and energy resources, exploitation of hydropower, mining and metallurgy, and oil, fuel and electricity, including nuclear, in Brazil. MME has as associated companies Eletrobras, Furnas SA, Chesf, CGTEE, Eletronorte, Eletrosul and Eletronuclear, among others.
  • Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)

    The Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) is the main financing agent for development in Brazil. Since its foundation, in 1952, the BNDES has played a fundamental role in stimulating the expansion of industry and infrastructure in the country.
  • Brazilian Regulatory Agency (ANEEL)

    The National Agency of Electric Energy (ANEEL) is an independent regulatory agency (Regulatory Agency), under the Ministry of Mines and Energy, with headquarters in the Federal District, in order to regulate and supervise the production, transmission and marketing of electricity, in accordance with the Policies and Guidelines of the Federal Government.
  • Brazilian Electric System National Operator (ONS)

    The Electric System National Operator is an entity of private right, non-profitable, created on 26 August 1998, responsible for coordinating and controlling the operation of generation and transmission facilities in the National interconnected Power System (NIPS) under supervision and regulation of the Electric Energy National Agency (ANEEL).