Enel Perú and Gerdau’s SIDERPERU have signed a 12 year energy supply contract through which the electricity company will supply energy from its renewable plants to the operation of the steel mill. This alliance, which will last for more than a decade, involves part of the energy that will be produced by Enel's next non-conventional renewable energy plants Wayra Extension wind power plant and Clemesi solar plant. Enel will supply a capacity of 70 MW that will meet the electricity demand of SIDERPERU's operations, which will come from its renewable plants with hydro, solar and wind technology, including the production of Wayra Extension and Clemesi that will start operations in 2023. SIDERPERU will reduce its CO2 emissions to the environment.The agreement provides for the installation of the first 500KWp solar plant, which may be expanded for self-consumption, in the SIDERPERU steel complex. This system will be installed by Enel X and is part of the solutions offered by the company on issues of distributed generation, a mechanism through which users can generate their own energy at various points of consumption or overcoming, increasing their savings in electricity billing. and reliability of supply.In addition, during the term of the contract, Enel will issue SIDERPERU I-REC Certificates, which ensure that the energy that supplies its operations comes from renewable sources. As is known, I-REC is an international standardized renewable energy certificate and is accepted by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, the carbon footprint accounting standard most used by large companies in the world, as an instrument to demonstrate reductions effective emission reductions in energy supply contracts.