EDPR

AcronymDefinition
EDPRElcomSoft Distributed Password Recovery (software)
EDPREnergieas de Portugel Renovaveis (Portuguese renewable energy firm)
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As of today, EDPR has 467 MW of wind onshore technology installed in the country, and with this new contract EDPR reinforces its presence in a market with a low risk profile, through the establishment of long term contracts, attractive renewable resources and solid prospects in the medium and long-term.
The third question focuses on the possibility of a relationship between the presented data and the evolution of trends across spending, patents, digitalization and innovation, i.e., GERD, EPO statistics, DESI and EDPR along with proposed less quantified information about innovation, such as observation, informal indices and even propositions presented in EU official documents and academic literature.
But, the EDPR noted, while take-up in fixed-broadband connections in Cyprus is overall only slightly below the EU average -- 72 versus 74 per cent -- subscriptions to high-speed connections represent a paltry 4 per cent -- versus 37 per cent at EU level.
By using PowerUp, EDPR is expected to increase power, generating over 420,000 megawatt hours of additional energy each year.
EDP Renovaveis SA ( EDPR.LB), a Portugal-based renewable energy company, has reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2011.
Operational management of the wind farm will be performed by EDPR through EDP Renewables Polska.
Equally important is a commitment to painstaking quality assurance and continuous improvement efforts, such as the company's Early Detection and Problem Resolution (EDPR) program.
(EDPR) secured 20-year Contract-for-Difference (CfD) at the Greek energy auction to sell electricity produced by Chalkodonio 30 MW wind farm, located in Central Greece, and with expected commercial operation in 2022.
Vortex Energy, a European renewable energy platform, managed by the private equity arm of EFG Hermes, has entered into a sale and purchase agreement to disinvest a 49% stake in a 998MW operational wind power portfolio, managed and co-owned by EDPR, to institutional investors advised by JP Morgan Asset Management.
EDPR, developers of the planned Moray East Offshore Windfarm in the Outer Moray firth, estimate nearly 2,000 jobs will be created over the course of its 30-year production.
Vortex Solar, Vortex I (49 per cent stake in EDPR France: 330 MW) and Vortex II (49 per cent stake in EDPR's Pan European Portfolio: 664 MW) saw Vortex's capacity stand at 822 MW.
Execution of the SPA would see Vortex's net installed capacity rise to 457mw across Western Europe, rising from 132mw of net installed capacity as of late 2014, when Vortex had acquired a 49% equity stake in EDPR France in a EUR 208m transaction.