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Argentine Electric Company: Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte (EDN) (1992)

Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte SA (abbreviation: Edenor) (NYSE:EDN, BCBA:EDN) was founded in 1992, formerly known as Empresa Distribuidora Norte Sociedad Anónima, and changed to its current name in June 1996. It is a subsidiary of Electricidad Argentina SA, headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with 4,314 full-time employees. It is an electric utility company in Argentina that provides electricity to home services for more than 2 million households.

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Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte (EDN):

Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte SA is a public utility company, mainly engaged in power transmission and distribution and sales in Argentina. Enpressa Electric Power Company is licensed to provide electricity distribution services in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area and the northern part of Buenos Aires, mainly supplying local residential, small and medium-sized enterprises, industries, transportation systems and public lighting customers . Edenor is the largest electricity distributor in Argentina.

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