Brazil's CPFL signs 14-year energy supply deal

Apr 17, 2014 12:00 AM

Brazilian energy firm CPFL Energia has signed a 14-year contract extension to supply energy from its 1.275GW Serra da Mesa hydroelectric plant.

Under terms of the deal, energy will be sold for 182 reais (US$81/MWh) with a post-charges liquid value of 157 reais/MWh, according to a CPFL statement.

The name of the client was not revealed.

"The contract will be readjusted annually using the general market prices index as a base," the São Paulo-based firm said.

Located in the central Brazilian state of Goiás, Serra da Mesa is controlled by CPFL with a 52% stake. State-run power firm Furnas, a subsidiary of Eletrobras, holds the balance.

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