…guidelines that – guided by sustainable development, social responsibility and economic and financial solidity – represent the commitment of the group’s companies to the environment and the well-being of future generations.
Solar, hydroelectric and wind energy, among others, transformed into electric energy are today an indispensable resource for the socio-economic development of many countries and regions. With technological advances in the generation and transmission of electricity, we can observe regions that were previously poor, unoccupied, becoming large urban centers, and industrial centers.
Thus, INTERALLI Energy emerged with the purpose of establishing guidelines that – guided by sustainable development, social responsibility and economic and financial solidity – represent the commitment of the group’s companies to the environment and the well-being of future generations.
Moreover, in recent decades society has awakened to a new approach to the energy resources it uses. It has begun to think of factors such as sustainability, environmental pollution, social cost and energy security, that is, a supply of electricity capable of meeting the growing demand.
The Interalli Group entered the energy market with a skilled team, aware of the challenges and that stands out for its agility and professionalism.
Working with ethics, transparency, equity, accountability and corporate responsibility are principles that guide the Group’s business. Interalli seeks the best relationship practices with employees, suppliers, employees and the surrounding community.
Located in the state of Mato Grosso, in the town of Nortelândia, the Santana I SHP has 15MW of energy installed and has operated commercially since 2012.
Strategically located approximately 120 km from the Santana I SHPP, in the municipality of Tangará da Serra, the Recanto SHPP, with a 10 MW generation capacity, is in the implementation phase and commercial operation is expected to start in September 2019.
The Small Hydroelectric Plant PCH Subida I, in phase of obtaining environmental licensing, will make available an installed power of 10 MW to the National Interconnected System, being located in Itajaí-Açu River, municipality of Ibirama, State of Santa Catarina, approximately 209 km from the capital, Florianópolis.
Located in the state of Rio de Janeiro, the project is in the approval phase by ANEEL and will have a generation capacity of 12MW.
Benefits for the environment and for those who seek a reduction in the value of the energy bill.
The capture of solar energy is an excellent alternative for the coming years, since it does not emit polluting gases and thus does not harm the environment. The type of energy can be considered the energy of the future, with benefits for the environment and for those who seek to have a reduction in the energy bill.
Investments are being made to make more and more use of renewable energy sources, such as solar energy. The State of Piauí has stood out in recent years for attracting investments in this sector of clean energy, such as wind power and now with solar energy.
Aware of this new demand, the Interalli Group, with its strategic vision, has already acquired more than 2,700 hectares in the state totalizing 560MW of installed capacity. This energy is enough to feed the annual consumption of 600 homes, avoiding the impact of 300 thousand tons of carbon dioxide in the environment.