Pirapora Solar Complex donation benefits around 320,000 people in Pará and Amazonas

Rio de Janeiro, September 27th, 2021 – The Pirapora Photovoltaic Power Plants (MG), controlled by EDF Renewables and Omega Energia, donated more than BRL 1.17 million to support UNICEF’s emergency actions in the fight against Covid-19 in the states of Rio de Janeiro. Amazonas and Pará. The donation, made through the BNDES’ Social Investments for Companies (ISE) line, resulted in the purchase and delivery of 412,850 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and 590 medical equipment, such as oxygen concentrators, finger oximeters and digital thermometers during the most critical period of service between February and June.

In this action, 229 health units were benefited, such as hospitals, maternity hospitals, Basic Health Units (UBS) and Indigenous UBS. The donated PPE provided 3-month protection to more than 6,600 healthcare professionals. The donation of medical equipment enabled the service of more than 70 thousand people.

Pirapora Photovoltaic Plants and Unicef ​​signed two partnerships, one in 2020 and the other in 2021, through the BNDES’ ISE line, allocating more than BRL 4.7 million in actions against Covid-19.

About EDF Renewables:

EDF Renewables is a leading international renewable energy company, with a gross installed capacity of 13.8 GW worldwide. Its development is mainly focused on wind and solar photovoltaic energy. EDF Renewables primarily operates in Europe and North America, but continues to grow and establish itself in promising regions such as Brazil, China, India, South Africa and the Middle East. The company also has strong positions in offshore wind energy and other areas of the renewable energy industry such as distributed energy and energy storage. EDF Renewables develops, builds, operates, and maintains renewable energy projects, both for itself and for third parties. Most of its

international subsidiaries are branded EDF Renewables. In Brazil since 2015, EDF Renewables Brasil is among the country’s leaders in the renewable energy sector, totaling 1.3 GW in projects, installed and under construction, of solar and wind energy in Bahia, Minas Gerais and Paraíba.