Endesa S.A. is a Spain-based energy company. It is involved in activities related to its core energy business, such as renewable energies, and cogeneration and distribution, and supply of natural gas. The Company’s electricity business is principally focused on Spain and Portugal, the Southern European region (including Italy and France) and Latin America. During the year ended December 31, 2006, the Company had a total installed capacity of 47,113 megawatts, and it generated 186,411 gigawatt hours and sold 220,299 gigawatt hours, supplying electricity to approximately 22.7 million customers in 15 countries. In September 2006, Endesa Europa, S.L. acquired 58.35% of the Centro Energia Teverola S.p.A. (Teverola) and Centro Energia Ferrara S.p.A. (Ferrara) generation facilities, each of which is a combined combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) plant with a total installed power output of 340 megawatts. In 2006, Endesa acquired the Termocartagena fuel-gas power plant in Cartagena de Indias.