EDPR entered the US market in 2007 with the acquisition of Horizon Wind Energy LLC from Goldman Sachs. The addition of Horizon, now EDPR North America (EDPR NA), helped to more than double EDP’s wind-power production, making it one of the world’s largest producers. The US developer had a large portfolio consisting of 559 MW in operating wind farms and 997 MW under construction.
EDPR NA is based in Houston, Texas, and maintains offices and wind farms across the United States. The American platform has seen rapid growth since 2007, operating over 3,600 MW.
EDP Renewables (Euronext: EDPR) is a leading, global renewable energy company devoted to value creation, innovation and sustainability. We operate in markets around the globe and are continuously expanding our business to new regions, making the commitment to lead in each market as well as create value for our stakeholders and shareholders.
EDPR has developed wind farms since 1996 and was first listed publicly in June 2008. EDPR’s global presence is managed by two regional platforms which oversee the development, construction and operation of assets in their geographic areas. EDPR Europe, headquartered in Madrid, manages assets located in the European Union, and other Regions renewable energy assets of the EDP Group and EDPR North America, headquartered in Houston, manages assets in the United States and Canada.
EDPR is committed to operational excellence through high-quality assets and attractive markets which provide highly attractive possibilities, principally due to their growth prospects and stable regulatory structure that permit profit generation.
Energias de Portugal, S.A. (“EDP”), a vertically-integrated utility company, headquartered in Lisbon, Portugal, is the majority shareholder of EDPR. EDP Group is Portugal´s largest industrial group and one of Europe´s primary energy companies. Currently, it is the Iberian Peninsula´s third largest energy operator with business interests in generation, distribution and supply of electricity and gas in Portugal and Spain. Additional to its leadership position in the Iberian Peninsula, EDP Group also holds a significant position in the Brazilian electricity sector.
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