Lyon Capital has projects with total investments of BRL 2.6 billion.

| Infrastructure

Sol Maior Plant

Lyon Sol Maior is a solar power generation project located in Tocantins state, with 230MW of total installed capacity and BRL 1 billion of estimated capex.

The first phase is a 5MW plant that was awarded a 20-year contract in the 2nd Brazil Reserve Auction of 2015. The plant was commissioned in January 2019.

Estimated CAPEX:
  • BRL 1 billion
  • Permitted
  • First Phase commissioned
Ready to Build Solar Projects

629 MW of solar projects ready to be built to commercialize energy in the regulated and distributed generation markets, and to set corporate contracts directly with offtakers.

Strategically chosen in regions with high solar radiation index, these projects are highly competitive in all Brazil power markets.

Estimated CAPEX:
  • BRL 2.7 billion
  • Own portfolio or exclusivity in acquisition
Transmission Lines

Lyon Capital was awarded three 30-year BRL denominated contracts at Aneel’s 02/2018 auction to build and operate substations and transmission lines located in Bahia, Tocantins and Piauí states.

Construction is expected to start in 2019 and operation by 2021.

Aneel’s CAPEX:
  • BRL 332 million
  • Under development
São Luís Port

With docks of up to 23-meter depth, São Luís port will be the first terminal in Brazil capable of docking vessels of up to 180,000 DWT1 capacity. It will have up to 4 berths for the loading and unloading of bulk, liquid and general cargoes.

The project received equity investment of China Communications Construction Company in 2017 and will be commissioned in 2022.

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Estimated CAPEX:
  • R$ 2 billion
  • Under development

| Real Estate

Osasco Development

This 72,600 m2 land plot is located in Osasco, São Paulo, and was obtained through the acquisition of a non-performing bank loan and repossession procedure.

Lyon entered into an agreement with a large-scale homebuilder for the development of a residential complex with around 3,000 units for lower-middle income families.

Total Sales:
  • BRL 400 million
  • Under licensing