Site Identification

Search for sites with top-class wind conditions and irradiance resource and analyse grid connection feasibility.


Landowner Agreement

Contact local landowners and negotiate leasing agreement.


Renewable Resource Analysis

Install meteorogical equipment to collect and study wind profile and solar radiance.


Project evaluation & Funding

Evaluate potential operational and financial risks and find appropriate finance to the project.


Obtain Consents & Permints

Engage with local public authorities to secure environmental, construction, operating and other licenses.


Layout design & Equipment choice

Optimize the layout of the farm and select the best fit of equipment model based on the site characteristics.



Build acess roads, prepare foudations, assemble wind turbines or solar panels, construct substation.


Opening Ceremony

Celebrate the benefits of renewable energy with local communities, authorities and other stakeholders.


Wind & Solar plant operation

Complete grid connection and start to generate renewable electricity.


Data Analysis

Monitor real-time operational data, analyse performance and identify opportunities for improvement.


Ongoing Maintenance Service

Keep availibility figures at the highest possible and minimise failure rates.


Generate & Deliver Clean energy

Build access roads, prepare foundations, assemble wind turbines or solar panels, construct substation.

  • Development
  • Construction
  • Operation

The internalization of these three critical phases of project development coupled with a drive for continued improvement are critical for extracting the most value from our assets.

Development Phase

Our sustainable future is dependent on solid development efforts. EDPR’s teams of highly experienced and qualified developers start by locating a site with quality renewable resource, either wind or solar, with nearby electricity transmission lines. After partnering with landowners or municipalities, the critical process of measuring the wind begins. Data collection can last for several years.

For solar plants the measurement of irradiance resource is a shorter process, as sun light is not strongly affected by the geographical characteristics of the site. If the site continues to show promise, further studies are conducted and permits are secured until an investment decision is made.

Construction Phase

EDPR’s goal is to be a reference in the industry for building the most cost competitive, safe and efficient wind farms and solar plants. Our Procurement, Engineering and Construction teams are well equipped to select the best wind turbines and solar panel systems based on each project’s specifics. We also use in-house expertise to design the bestsites, and assure top-class engineering and construction standards.

Construction of a wind farm typically lasts six to 12 months, whilst solar plants can be built in a considerably shorter period of time, depending on the size of the project. We work to minimize disturbances to the land and return the land to its initial integrity. In most cases,wind turbines and access roads occupy less than one percent of the landin the entire project area, and the remaining land is still available for agricultural activities. For solar plants the occupied area is higher, however these sites are considerably smaller and in many cases can be installed on waste land that is not fit for agriculture or other purposes.

Operations Phase

As an owner and operator, EDPR is committed to maintaining long-term operations of our projects for the benefit of our shareholders and stakeholders while always keeping our environmental impact to a minimum. Our wind farms have a long-term projected life span; thus, it is critical to our longevity that we focus on maintaining the highest levels of availability, through regularly scheduled maintenance programs and performance improvement initiatives, while minimizing the associated costs through our strong O&M strategy.

EDPR leverages its experience of operating more than 10 GW of installed capacity to ensure continuous improvement and the implementation of best practices.