The list evaluated all distributors in the country, divided into two groups according to their size. There are 35 large-sized distributors, and 28 smaller distributors with annual revenues equal to or lower than 1 TWh. The list was based on the Global Continuity Performance – DGC, formed from the comparison of the DEC and FEC values of distributors in relation to limits established by ANEEL.
DEC is an index that represents the average time a CPFL Santa Cruz customer was left without service during the year, and that was 5.27 hours in 2012; FEC is the index that follows the frequency of interruptions in the supply, and that was on average 5.82 times/year per customer in 2012. The Brazilian average in 2012 was: DEC = 18.65 hours/year, and FEC = 11.10 times/year, according to annual consolidated indexes officially disclosed by the Agency.
Until 2011, the distributor was part of the small size group. "It's such a pleasure to hold this position on Aneel's ranking exactly in the year CPFL Santa Cruz enters the market category of 1 TWh+. This shows our team's commitment and ability to beat challenges", says CPFL Santa Cruz CEO Carlos Zamboni Neto.
Camargo Corrêa Group is a major shareholder among the controlling partners of CPFL Energia.