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EDP: Improved Visibility Over 2019 Of Strategic Plan Execution Support Reiteration Of 2020-2022 Financial Targets
EDP Renovaveis FY Net Profit Up 52% At 475 Mln Euros YoY
EDP: BlackRock, Inc Holds 5.01% Voting Rights
EDP Energias de Portugal SA is a Portugal-based utility company. Its segments are Long Term Contracted Generation in Iberia, which includes the activity of electricity generation of plants with contractual stability compensation and special regime generation plants in Portugal and Spain; Liberalized Activities in Iberia, which includes the activity of unregulated generation and supply of electricity in Portugal and Spain, and gas in Spain; Regulated Networks in Iberia, which includes the activities of electricity distribution in Portugal and Spain, gas distribution in Spain, and last resort supplier; EDP Renovaveis, which includes power generation activity through renewable energy resources, and EDP Brasil, which includes the activities of electricity generation, distribution and supply in Brazil. It also operates in related areas, such as engineering, laboratory tests and property management.
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Luis Filipe Marques Amado
Independent Chairman of the General and Supervisory Board
Antonio Luis Guerra Nunes Mexia
Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Executive Board of Directors
Vice Chairman of the General and Supervisory Board, Representative of China Three Gorges Corporation
Maria Teresa Isabel Pereira
Member of the Executive Board and Company Secretary and General Secretary and General Counsel
Joao Manuel Manso Neto
Member of the Executive Board of Directors, Head of Trading and Renewable Unit of the Company
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EDP-Energias de Portugal expects to keep growing in the United States unhindered by the authorities' evaluation of the role of its large Chinese shareholder, its CEO said on Thursday as he presented strong operating results bolstered by renewable power.
The United States would like to see Portugal's main utility EDP-Energias de Portugal expanding in the U.S. market, but Chinese investment in the company could pose risks that need to be evaluated, U.S. energy secretary Dan Brouillette said on Thursday.
Portugal's largest utility EDP <EDP.LS> said on Thursday it has agreed a multi-billion euro deal to sell six hydro power plants in the Douro river basin, to a consortium led by France's Engie <ENGIE.PA>.
Portugal's largest utility EDP-Energias de Portugal has agreed to sell six hydro power plants in Portugal's Douro river basin for an enterprise value of 2.2 billion euros to a consortium led by France's Engie , the company said on Thursday.
* SAID ON TUESDAY, BUYS 50% STAKE IN A 278 MW SOLAR PORTFOLIO LOCATED IN THE U.S., THROUGH ITS 82.6% OWNED UNIT EDP RENEWABLES NORTH AMERICA
German investment firm Aquila Capital has emerged as one of five parties shortlisted to submit binding offers for EDP-Energia de Portugal's <EDP.LS> hydro assets, worth around 2 billion euros, ahead of a mid-November deadline, sources said.
Verbund <VERB.VI> is bidding for the hydro assets of Portuguese utility EDP <EDP.LS> and made it on the shortlist of final bidders, the Austrian utility said on Monday.
French utility Engie and Portugal's EDP said on Tuesday they will invest 15 billion euros ($16.7 billion) with the aim of becoming the world's number two offshore wind developer after Denmark's Orsted.
French utility Engie and Portuguese power company EDP will create a 50-50 joint venture in fixed and floating offshore wind, the companies said on Tuesday.
EDP-Energias de Portugal posted a steeper-than-expected 39% fall in first-quarter net profit on Thursday due to lower electricity output, taxes and other regulatory pressure, while its pre-tax earnings rose slightly.
Shareholders of EDP-Energias de Portugal voted on Wednesday to effectively block a 9 billion euro ($10 billion) takeover bid by China Three Gorges (CTG), but the Portuguese utility said their partnership would continue, with a focus on Latin America.
Shareholders of EDP-Energias de Portugal rejected on Wednesday a voting rights reform, effectively blocking a 9 billion euro ($10 billion) takeover bid for the utility announced by China Three Gorges (CTG) almost a year ago.
China Three Gorges will not change the terms of its takeover bid for EDP-Energias de Portugal utility, the company said on Monday, meaning that if shareholders reject a voting rights reform at their meeting on Wednesday the $10 billion bid will be scuppered.
Portugal's CMVM market regulator has given China Three Gorges (CTG) an ultimatum in its bid for EDP-Energias de Portugal, warning that its takeover attempt of Portugal's largest company could fail if a reform of voting rights is rejected this month.
Activist investor Elliott called on Thursday for shareholders in EDP-Energias de Portugal to reject a reform of voting rights, in a move that could scupper a 9-billion-euro ($10 billion) takeover offer for EDP from China Three Gorges (CTG).
Portuguese utility company EDP announced plans to sell 2 billion euros' ($2.3 billion) worth of assets in Portugal and Spain, and raise another 4 billion euros via an asset rotation program until 2022 to fund its expansion in renewable energy.
Portuguese utility company EDP said it plans to sell 2 billion euros' ($2.3 billion) worth of assets in Portugal and Spain, and raise 4 billion euros via an asset rotation programme until 2022 to fund its expansion in renewable energy.
Power utility EDP-Energias de Portugal posted on Monday a 53 percent drop in its net 2018 profit citing regulatory and tax impacts at home, while its international renewable power unit EDPR and the Brazilian subsidiary had record incomes.
EDP-Energia de Portugal is working on a plan to sell some of its electricity generation assets in Portugal, three sources close to the matter said, in an effort to free up cash to drive its renewable energy expansion.
Energias de Portugal, one of Europe’s major electricity operators, made a strategic investment in U.S.-Israeli cybersecurity company Sepio Systems.
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