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2017/04/26

EDPR will release 1Q 2017 results on May 3rd, 2017, before the opening of the Euronext Lisbon.

EDPR will release 1Q 2017 results on May 3rd, 2017, before the opening of the Euronext Lisbon.

We are pleased to invite you to participate in a conference call on the same day at 15:00 CET | 14:00 UK/Lisbon to address the company’s results (please see attached invitation).

A webcast will also be available on EDPR website.

Click here to register for the conference call.

 

|Conference call and webcast details|
Date: May 3rd, 2017
Time: 15:00 CET | 14:00 UK/Lisbon |
Dial-In number: UK +44 (0)20 7162 0077 | US +1 646 851 2407
Conference ID: 961848
Webcast: www.edpr.com

The conference call will have a replay service available starting on May 4th, 2017 to May 10th, 2017.
Dial-In for replay: UK +44 (0) 20 7031 4064 | US: +1 954 334 0342
Access Code: 961848

2017/02/13

A EDP Renováveis divulgará os resultados de 2016, no dia 28 de fevereiro de 2017, antes da abertura da Euronext Lisbon.

A EDP Renováveis divulgará os resultados de 2016, no dia 28 de fevereiro de 2017, antes da abertura da Euronext Lisbon. No mesmo dia, às 15h Madrid (14h horário do Reino Unido / Lisboa), João Manso Neto fará uma conference call e uma apresentação webcast.

Registe-se na conference call, aqui.

Conference ID:
961265

Dial-In number:
UK +44 (0)20 7162 0077
US +1 646 851 2407

A conferência terá um serviço de replay, disponível de 1 a 7 de março de 2017.
Dial-In for replay: UK +44 (0) 20 7031 4064 | US: +1 954 334 0342 | Access Code: 961265

2017/02/09

A small team of experts, which included EDP Renewables’ QHSSE manager John Yorston, formed an Offshore Renewables Aviation Guidance Steering Group and spent 18 months creating a comprehensive document known as the Offshore Renewables Aviation Guidance (ORAG) report.

Helicopters and planes play a vital role in the offshore renewables industry, from development and construction, to daily procedures and emergency response. However, until recently our industry didn’t have a point of reference for the proper way to engage with or contract aviation services.

A small team of experts, which included EDP Renewables’ QHSSE manager John Yorston, formed an Offshore Renewables Aviation Guidance Steering Group and spent 18 months creating a comprehensive document known as the Offshore Renewables Aviation Guidance (ORAG) report.

On January 23, the group was honored with the Health & Safety Team Award at the annual RenewableUK Health & Safety Conference in Edinburgh, an international event focused on the wind, wave, and tidal energy sector.

The award recognized the multidisciplinary team for contributing their time, effort, experience, and expertise to a project that will have a significant impact on safety in the renewable energy industry.

The 40-page document is meant to serve as a go-to guide for the industry, and it outlines best practices for ensuring that aviation technology is being used safely and effectively in offshore renewable energy developments. First and foremost, it recognizes the significant impact of aviation on wind farms and other forms of renewable energy; even if a particular project chooses not to implement aviation technology, its development is highly likely to be affected by other airspace users.

Additionally, the importance of aviation is growing as helicopter operations become increasingly vital to the offshore development process. This includes both standard operations like air transportation, as well as more specialized operations such as helicopter hoists. Therefore the implementation of safe aviation practices should be considered a top priority from the onset of project development and through the long term.

The core section of the report aims to inform developers, duty holders, and management of the issues and risks of aviation as a logistic solution, so that they can employ specialists to develop appropriate policies. It also profiles stakeholders and regulatory bodies at the international and UK levels. The accompanying annexes provide detailed procedures, safety control measures, employee training practices, and other guidelines that will aid industry professionals at every phase of asset development.

Each section addresses a specific aspect of the process: airspace and air traffic planning, governance, project design and planning, procurement and contract management, personnel competence, supervision and management, and audit and standardization.

In addition to John Yorston of EDPR, the team was made up of representatives of RenewableUK members and partners including The Crown Estate, CHC Helicopters, DONG Energy, SeaState Aviation, and Siemens Plc. Contributions were also made by the wider membership of the Offshore Renewables Aviation Forum (ORAF), with stakeholder participants from the Civil Aviation Authority, HSE, MCA, O&GUK, and G9.

Taken as a whole, the Offshore Renewables Aviation Guidance report is a comprehensive and indispensible tool that will aid industry professionals in the safe and effective implementation of aviation technology in the offshore renewable energy industry.

EDP Renewables is proud to have been a part of the development of this project, with significant importance to our industry.

2016/11/21

EDPR Poland has been named in the Environmental and Corporate Sustainability category.

EDPR Poland has been named in the Environmental and Corporate Sustainability category. European Business Awards is Europe’s largest business competition set up to celebrate business excellence and best practice in the European business community.

Business leaders, academics and political representatives from across Europe, support the Awards edition, now in its 10th year, and this year engaged with over 33,000 businesses from 34 countries.

As a National Champion, EDP Renewables Poland will now go on competing to be short-listed as one of 10 Ruban d’Honneur recipients in The Award for Environmental & Corporate Sustainability category.

Find out more about these Awards.

2016/11/08

The EDP Renewables, ENGIE, Caisse des Dépôts, Eiffage/Principle Power and GE consortium’s floating wind farm pilot project in the Mediterranean has been selected by the Government of France.

The EDP Renewables, ENGIE, Caisse des Dépôts, Eiffage/Principle Power and GE consortium’s floating wind farm pilot project in the Mediterranean has been selected by the Government of France.

This verdict recognises the innovative technological decisions, experience and know-how of the consortium, whose goal is to make floating wind power a competitive alternative within the energy mix, together with local players who are already fully active in this field.

EDP Renewables, ENGIE, and Caisse des Dépôts, which are already participating in the offshore wind power projects at Tréport-Îles d’Yeu and Noirmoutier, have worked alongside leading industrial partners with extensive experience in large infrastructure projects and in the highly promising field of floating structure technology.

The pilot wind farm, which is located on the coast of Leucate – Le Barcarès and is France’s first offshore wind farm site, will be composed of four 150-6 MW/unit GE Haliade wind turbines mounted on semi-submersible floating structures designed by Principle Power in Aix-en-Provence and manufactured by Eiffage Métal in Fos-sur-Mer. Assembly, storage and logistics will be carried out in Port-la-Nouvelle, in the Department of Aude. The project will benefit companies in the Occitanie and Provence-Alps-Côte d’Azur regions immensely (especially the diversification of the Fos-sur-Mer factory to include the production of offshore energy components).

After an initial study and negotiation phase, followed by their assembly, the wind farms will enter into production in 2020 and usher in the business activity phase of the French floating wind power consortium and its competitive position in terms of exports.

Thanks to its state-of-the-art technology, the advantage of floating wind power is that it can be installed in deep water far from the coast where high winds are prevalent. The French Mediterranean coast is especially propitious for producing this type of offshore renewable energy and is an ideal testing ground for future international projects.

2016/11/07

As bolsas Green Education concedidas pela EDPR com a Fundación EDP têm como objetivo promover a educação de crianças e jovens com recursos limitados. O valor total das bolsas alcançou este ano os 75.500 euros.

A EDP Renováveis entregou hoje as suas bolsas de estudo Green Education para promover a educação de crianças e jovens com famílias de recursos limitados, uma iniciativa que se enquadra no âmbito da política de responsabilidade social  impulsionada pela Fundación EDP no seu esforço constante de apoiar a educação das novas gerações.

Este ano foram concedidas 113 bolsas no valor total de 75.500 euros. Para eleger os beneficiários, a empresa levou a cabo uma cuidadosa seleção entre as numerosas solicitacões que lhe chegaram de todas as comunidades autónomas onde a EDP Renováveis marca presença.

No que respeita às comunidades autónomas, este ano a repartição foi de 66 bolsas para alunos da Andaluzia, do município de Cañete la Real (Málaga), num total de 44.000 euros, e 47 para a Galiza, com bolsas atribuídas nos municípios de Santa Comba, Dumbría e Vimianzo, num total de 31.500 euros.

Segundo João Paulo Costeira, CEO da EDP Renováveis Europa, “a conceção destas bolsas é a melhor forma de mostrar o compromisso que a empresa tem com as  gerações futuras com o objetivo de poder proporcionar-lhes a melhor formação para que possam enfrentar os diferentes desafios do futuro”.

“Na EDP Renováveis –acrescenta João Paulo Costeira- consideramos que a educação é um pilar fundamental da sociedade e por esse motivo queremos continuar a apostar nela através destes apoios ao estudo, que já vão na sua sexta edição”.

2016/10/21

O projeto vencedor foi o apresentado pelos alunos da Universidade de Saragoça com o seu trabalho Armazenamento de energia eólica através de hidrogénio. Os trabalhos das universidades Rey Juan Carlos e de Sevilha obtiveram o segundo e terceiro lugar, respetivamente. O evento foi presidido por João Manso Neto, CEO da EDP Renováveis.

Madrid, 20 de outubro de 2016: A EDP Renováveis e a FundaciónEDP anunciaram o vencedor do concurso EDPR University Challenge 2016, dirigido aos estudantes das universidades espanholas. A cerimónia de entrega de prémios foi presidida por João Manso Neto, CEO da EDPR.

Os cinco grupos finalistas apresentaram os seus projetos ao público e ao júri, formado por responsáveis da EDP Renováveis como Joaquín García-Boto, Diretor de Promoção para Espanha da EDPR Europa, Federico Toro, Diretor de Compras da EDPR, Kilian Rosique, diretor técnico da Asociación Empresarial Eólica (AEE) e Telmo Vieira, Parceiro da Premivalor Consulting.

O trabalho vencedor foi o intitulado Armazenamento de energia eólica através de hidrogénio, realizado pelos alunos da Universidade de Saragoça, sob orientação da professora Amaya Martínez Gracia. Os trabalhos classificados em segundo e terceiro lugar, foram o Projeto BIRD (Bioinspired Inspection and Reparation Drone) da Universidade Rey Juan Carlos e o Projeto NZED (Net Zero Energy District) da Universidade de Sevilha.

Para além dos três projetos galardoados, também foram finalistas os seguintes:

• Projeto Desconecta: modelo de negócio baseado na eficiência energética para impulsionar a construção sustentável,  das Universidades de Sevilha, Granada e Autónoma de Madrid
• Sistema submarino de acumulação energética por ar comprimido em contentor flexível linear,  da Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

O prémio para a equipa vencedora foi de 6.000 euros. O professor que orientou a equipa vencedora recebeu 3.000 euros. Por seu lado, o grupo classificado na segunda posição recebeu 3.000 euros para os membros que compunham o grupo e 1.500 para o coordenador do projeto. Por fim, o terceiro classificado recebeu 2.000 euros para o grupo e 1.000 euros para o professor coordenador.

A edição do EDPR University Challenge 2016 destacou-se pelo grande número de propostas apresentadas, superando os 100 grupos inscritos em representação de mais de 280 alunos.

Esta edição contou, no seu evento de apresentação, com a presença de João Manso Neto, CEO da EDP Renováveis, que afirmou que “na EDPR é nossa obrigação ter um papel de responsabilidade social nos mercados em que operamos, razão pela qual estamos tão orgulhosos em fazer parte deste evento, que contribui para a formação e sensibilização das novas gerações para a importância das energias verdes e sustentáveis. Além disso, este ano destaca-se pela grande qualidade dos projetos apresentados, tanto em matéria de elementos técnicos como pelo facto de serem ideias rentáveis com uma grande componente social na sua criação”.

A EDP Renováveis pôs em marcha o University Challenge em Espanha em 2009. Em Portugal, este já se realiza desde 2007 e, em 2015, teve lugar a primeira edição na Polónia. A empresa realiza ininterruptamente este concurso anual com o objetivo de apoiar os jovens universitários na aplicação dos seus conhecimentos académicos no que respeita ao desenvolvimento de um tema ou projeto no campo das energias renováveis. O objetivo pretendido é o de estabelecer uma ligação entre o mundo académico e o mundo empresarial, de forma a incentivar a criatividade e a inovação, assim como o conhecimento sobre o setor das energias renováveis.

Para mais informação sobre o EDPR University Challenge em Espanha, visite o site.

2016/10/20

A EDP Renováveis divulgará os resultados dos primeiros 9 meses de 2016, no dia 3 de Novembro, antes da abertura do mercado.

A EDP Renováveis divulgará os resultados dos primeiros 9 meses de 2016, no dia 3 de Novembro, antes da abertura do mercado. No mesmo dia, às 15h Madrid (14h horário do Reino Unido / Lisboa), João Manso Neto fará uma conference call e uma apresentação webcast.

Registe-se na conference call, aqui.

Conference ID:
960479

Dial-In number:
UK +44 (0)20 7162 0077
US +1 646 851 2407

A conferência terá um serviço de replay, disponível de 3 de novembro a 10 de novembro de 2016.
Dial-In for replay: UK +44 (0) 20 7031 4064 | US: +1 954 334 0342 | Access Code: 960479

2016/10/19

Amazon Web Services (AWS) published a film about the construction of Amazon Wind Farm US Central, an EDPR’s project that aims to help AWS achieve a big number: use of 100% renewable energy.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) published a film about the construction of Amazon Wind Farm US Central, an EDPR project that aims to help AWS achieve a big number: use of 100% renewable energy.

The video highlights the economic benefits that the wind farm, located in Paulding County, brings to the state and its role in helping Amazon meet their sustainability goals.

Watch the video:

videoAmazon

2016/09/30

The winning project was presented by students from Warsaw University of Technology – Multi-level Large Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Concept. The ceremony was hosted by João Manso Neto, CEO of EDP Renewables.

Warsaw, 30 September 2016:  EDP Renewables announced the winner of the first edition of the EDPR University Challenge for students from Polish universities. The awards ceremony, held in Poland, was led by João Manso Neto, CEO of EDPR, who was accompanied by Polish executives of the company. It took place in Warsaw today at the Cervantes Institute.

This initiative aims is to awaken the spirit of innovation and creativity within the academic community, which, in turn, will promote a greater proximity between universities and the business world.

The shortlisted groups presented their projects to the audience and the judging panel, which was formed by Jerzy Kalinowski, Head of Asset Management at EDPR Poland, Łukasz Zagórski, vice president of SEO, Deputy Director of EDPR Poland, Telmo Vieira, Partner at Premivalor Consulting and Andrzej Kaźmierski Director at Department of Renewable Energy, Ministry of energy.

The winning project was entitled Multi-level Large Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Concept and was entered by Xavier Camps, Marco Kuźma, Miriam Ruiz Pena, Grigory Dudnik, students from Warsaw University of Technology.

The projects awarded second and third place were The power-split algorithm of a hybrid power station, presented by Jacek Kamiński i Robert Pietracho from Poznan University of Technology, and Autonomous electric scooters station presented by Emilia Zagrajek from Warsaw University of Technology.

“One of our top concerns is the education of future generations so that they are ready to take on the challenges that lie ahead. EDP Renewables’ is not only commitment to the economic performance of the organization, but also to society, future generations and the environment.”, remarked João Manso Neto, CEO of EDP Renewables.

The winning student team was awarded 15.000 PLN, whilst second and third received 10.000 PLN and 5.000 PLN respectively.