RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian energy companies Eneva SA, AES Brazil Energia SA and Votorantim Energia are interested in acquiring the three hydroelectric plants EDP Energias do Brasil put up for sale, newspaper Valor Economico reported on Monday, June 14.
EDP Brasil is aiming to raise roughly R$4.5 billion (US$879.90 million) from the sale, Valor added, citing one source familiar with the matter. The plants are located in the Brazilian states of Espírito Santo and Amapá, with a total capacity of 800 megawatts. EDP Brasil, Votorantim, AES Brasil, and Eneva did not immediately respond to . . .