This project marks the first floating wind farm in continental Europe and a key milestone for the renewable energy sector.
EDPR will release 1H19 results on July 24th, before the opening of the Euronext Lisbon.
Given this new arrangement, EDPR has now contracted 3.3 GW of the ~7.0 GW targeted global capacity build-out for 2019-2022 period.
With this new contract, EDPR has now secured 1.7 GW of long-term energy agreements in the U.S. for projects to be installed until 2022.
COO of Europe & Brazil, Duarte Bello, represented EDPR in signing the RenewAfrica agreement to stimulate investment in renewable energy in Africa.
The operating portfolio, spread over 11 countries, amounts to 11.7 GW after 703 MW were added to the installed capacity over the last twelve months.
The company reached clean energy production levels...
EDPR will provide operating and maintenance services to the above mentioned portfolio.
The company is arriving in Colombia after winning two new contracts to build wind farms with a total of 492 MW.
EDPR produced 27.6 TWh of clean electricity, up 3% YoY.