We are a multi-Latin company group with more than 54 years of experience and track record that operates in the Energy Transmission, Road Concessions, Telecommunications and ICT business units, providing quality of life to millions of people in Colombia, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, and Central America through the work of more than 4.000 employees in its 51 companies.
Our company and companies are committed to the mitigation and adaptation to climate change, the rational use of resources, the development of programs that generate a positive impact on the environment, the comprehensive development of the communities where it operates, as well as the quality, reliability, and availability of the services it provides.
After more than five decades of leadership in the region, we have transcended the physical action of connecting onepoint with another to connect people, making each connection an inspiring action.
46.374 km and 92.600 MVA of transmission infrastructure in operation along with 63.079 km and 109.164 MVA, including ISA’s jointly controlled investments.
More than 5.600 km and 14.300 MVA of transmission infrastructure under construction. Coordination of the operation of the Colombian energy system, 71.925 GWh of energy demand, 17.472 MW of net effective capacity
ISA is the main interurban road concession operator in Chile, with 907 km of roads in operation and 136 km of roads under construction.
ISA started operations in the Colombian road market with Concesión Costera Cartagena -Barranquilla.
In alliance with Construcciones El Cóndor S.A., ISA is preparing to grow in the road concessions business unit in Colombia and Peru.
54.034 km of terrestrial and underwater fiber optics in operation, connecting from Florida to Patagonia.
ISA has more than 4.000 people.
25% of management positions held by women.
43% of employees are part of collective agreements and unions.
Members of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index since 2015.
ISA is included in ROBECOSAM’s Sustainability Yearbook for four years in a row.
Since its first version, ISA has obtained the IR recognition from the Colombian Stock Exchange.
ISA has a unique competitive position in Latin America thanks to its understanding of and operation in highly regulated markets, as well as its ability to structure projects on an innovative basis while adapting to environmentally, socially, and economically complex situations.
At ISA, we firmly support initiatives that aim to strengthen Corporate Governance Best Practices, such as the Country Code Survey.
Consult and obtain information about business regulations in every country where the Company operates.
Energy and Gas Regulatory Commission
Communications Regulatory Commission
Supervisory Authority for Private Investment in Telecommunications
Energy and Mining Investment Regulator
National Electricity Agency
Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações
Bolivian Energy Oversight Agency
Ministry of Public Works
Telecommunications Regulating Agency
National Telecommunications Commission
Learn more about ISA’s Bylaws, which were last amended and approved in our General Shareholders’ Meeting on March 29, 2019 by Public Deed 1175.
Corporate governance is our guide. It is the set of values, principles, policies, rules, practices, and processes by which ISA is directed, operated, and controlled. ISA continues to deliver its promise to generate sustainable value for those who invest in the company and to fulfill its commitments to stakeholders.
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