Quantum

brookfield_2018_04-02_infraestrutura-quantum_02_torre-transmissao-energia-min.png
brookfield_2018_04-02_infraestrutura-quantum_01_logo-quantum-min.png
 

Formed by Brookfield in 2017 to be its operational platform for Brazil transmission lines, Quantum oversees Brookfield’s construction projects as well as operations for the electric power transmission line sector. At the end of 2018, the company held the concession for the construction and operation of approximately 4,300 km of transmission lines and about 40 substations, distributed among seven concessionaires: Esperanza, Odoyá, JMM, Mantiqueira, Sertaneja, Sanguinetti and Veredas. Estimated investments in these projects are BRL 9 billion by year-end 2022.

quadrados-brookfield-04_02.png
 

In 2018, Quantum delivered approximately 1,500 km of transmission lines and 13 substations in the states of Bahia, Ceará, Piauí and Rio Grande do Norte. 

Quantum has already arranged long-term financing with the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES), Brazil’s government lender, and capital markets’ lines for future investments.

 
Energy substation, Brazil

Energy substation, Brazil

 

outlook

One of Quantum’s goals for 2019 is to exercise its right to acquire the remaining shares of Esperanza, Odoyá and JMM. Additionally, the company is seeking to obtain the necessary licenses, advance its construction work and raise long-term financing to complete the remaining projects under development, incorporating a further 2,800 km of transmission lines in its portfolio. 

 
 

numbers / highlights

 

4,300km

of transmission lines under concession



1,500

of lines delivered to year-end 2018



>BRL9B

in investments by 2022



quadrados-brookfield-07.png
 

assets map

quadrados-brookfield-04.png
 

More about infrastructure