EDP Renewables Poland, the best place to work for the second year running
This award was granted by Great Place to Work® in the category of companies with fewer than 50 employees
EDP Renewables (EDP Renováveis, Euronext: EDPR), a global leader in the renewable energy sector and the world’s third-largest wind energy producer, announced that Great Place to Work® has named EDP Renewables Poland as the best place to work in 2014, for the second year running.
EDP Renewables Poland won first place in the category of companies with fewer than 50 employees, having made its business environment a truly great workplace. The company has always fostered a workplace in which people are the most important asset, and this award recognises its efforts in this regard.
Lukasz Zagorski, Deputy Director of EDP Renewables Poland, collected the award at a ceremony held in the Warsaw Stock Exchange on March 26th, 2014.
João Manso Neto, CEO of EDP Renewables, said about the award: “We are extremely proud of this kind of award, whereby aspects other than financial and operational results, in this case the working environment, recognise the management of EDP Renewables. It is very important for best practices in human resources and the workplace to be recognised in this manner, as it is people who make up companies”.
EDPR entered the Polish market in 2007, following the acquisition of a large portfolio of wind farm projects under development. Headquartered in Warsaw, EDPR is currently the largest operator in the Polish market. The extraordinary Margonin wind farm, with 120 MW, is EDPR’s largest wind farm in Europe. The company is currently present in four different regions in the country, with a total installed capacity of 370 MW.