Belo Monte Hydroelectric Plant, installed in the Xingu River, in Pará, has a capacity of 11,233.1 MW and an average amount of power generation of 4,571 MW, Belo Monte stands as the largest hydroelectric plant 100% Brazilian.

With the intention of reducing the environmental impact, the enterprise’s main reservoir is formed in the Xingu River channel, and has a modern and preservationist technology that meets the most rigid sustainability principles, respecting the environment and the surrounding communities.

ENESA, a company specialized in electromechanical assembly and maintenance services for the Belo Monte Plant, has made available flatbed trucks with a capacity of 25 tons and cranes with a capacity of 70 tons, including their respective operators, in order to meet the demands of the unfinished activities.

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