EDP - Energias de Portugal, SA (EDP)

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Lobbying costs:

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100,000€ - 199,999€

Financial year: 01/01/2019 - 01/12/2019

Lobbyists declared: 1 FTE (1)

WARNING: The number of full time equivalent lobbyists declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.


Lobbyists with EP accreditation: 1


Meetings with European Commission: 23

Lobbying costs over the years:


EDP - Energias de Portugal, SA (EDP)

Registration on EU Transparency Register

56592866496-47 (First registered: 29 Aug 2011)

Goals / Remit

We are a multinational, vertically integrated utility company. Throughout our 40 years of history, we have been building a relevant presence in the world energy scene, being present in 16 countries, in 4 continents. With more than 11.500 employees, we are present throughout the electricity value chain and in the gas commercialization activity. We are the fourth largest wind energy production company in the world and almost 70% of our energy is produced from renewable resources. We provide electricity and gas to almost 11 million customers. Our Group has joined Euronext Lisbon in 1997 and EDP Brasil and EDP Renewables are also listed companies. Sustainability is part of our DNA and we are a member of Dow Jones Sustainability Index. The appropriate energy solutions for the different markets in which EDP operates require a simultaneous response to a number of challenges: i) Market liberalization in the context of increasingly globalized, competitive, and regulated economies; ii) Worldwide growing energy demand and the ensuing need for innovation and optimized resource management; iii) Greater scrutiny from society regarding social and environmental management; iv) The need to reduce the company's ecological footprint and to cooperate in fighting both climate change and biodiversity loss around the world; v)The need to strengthen the trust of various stakeholders in corporate governance systems.
In order to meet these challenges, EDP has established a set of sustainable development principles to be applied in different areas:
1. Economic and social value
2. Eco-efficiency and environmental protection
3. Innovation
4. Integrity and good governance
5. Transparency and dialogue
6. Human capital and diversity
7. Energy access
8. Social development and citizenship


EU Energy legislation, specifically, wholesale and retail markets, renewable energies, DSO, electric vehicle and self consumption Multiannual Financial Framework Low-carbon economy roadmap for 2050 Green New Deal EU ETS Energy Taxation Renewable Hydrogen


Head office:
Avenida 24 de Julho, 12
Lisboa 1249-300

Tel: 351 210012596

Belgium office:
Square Meeus 35
Bruxelas 1000,

Tel: 32 028953695