On the other hand, distribution and transmission infrastructure and networks play a central role in the energy transition as a facilitator of electrification. Therefore, 21% of the CAPEX 2022-2024 will be allocated to new connections and the digitalization of the grid, which will not only increase access to clean energy, but also the reliability of the grid, key aspects that will allow customers to manage their own consumption, always acting as a more active consumer and participant in the dynamics of the electricity.

The remaining 1% of the investments will be allocated to the electrification of energy consumption, with products and services such as charging infrastructure, electric buses, efficient lighting points, among others. The aim is to accelerate customers path towards sustainability and energy efficiency, combining a more traditional offering with "beyond kWh" services. This activity will benefit from the customer base, digital platforms and a growing integrated portfolio of offerings.