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We are energy in the journey we make every day. Energy that changes, reinvents itself and takes different forms. Energy that lives within us, that is a universal language, that moves us and takes us further. A living energy that brings us closer, that innovates and with which, together, with small actions, we create change. The energy that lives within every one of us is contagious and is everywhere, in a hug, in the lighting of a lamp, in our houses, in the streets or even across them in the sidewalks. A living energy that together we continue to write in a book that reveals the present and which is also a building block for the future. The Living Energy Book. The Living Energy Book.

1. EDP IN A GLANCE

1. EDP IN A GLANCE

EDP is a multinational, vertically integratedutility company.

Throughout its 40 years of history, EDP has been building a relevant presence in the world energy scene, being present in 14 countries, in 4 continents.

EDP has around 12.000 employees and is present throughout the electricity value chain and in the gas commercialization activity.

Production is the first activity in the value chain of the electricity sector. Power plans transform the various energy sources in to electricity. These energy sources maybe of renewable origin (water, wind and sun) or non-renewable (coal, natural gas, nuclear and cogeneration).

In the transport activity the energy produced is delivered to the transmission to the network,which is made up of very high voltage lines and which then channels the energy to the distribution network.This is a new segment in EDP´s portfolio, being developed in Brazil, and is still not in operation.

27GW of installed capacity

39%
Wind
34%
Hidro
14%
CCGT
12%
coal
1%
Other

70TWH of net electricity generation

56%

renewable sources

1,297KM

of transport network under construction

In the distribution activity the transported energy is channeled to the distribution grid. The distribuition network allows the flow of energy to the suplly points. Electricity distribution networks are composed of high, medium and low voltage lines and cables. Substations, processing stations and public lighting installations as well as the necessary connections to consumer installations and power stations are also an integral part of the distribution networks.

Energy arrives at the supply point and is sold by the supplier. Throughout the electricity and gas value chain, supply is the closest activity to the customer and responsible for the relationship with final consumers.

338,179 KM OF NETWORK

284,309KM

of distribution underground lines

53,869KM

of distribution overhead lines

electricity customers

9,885,775

customers in liberalized market

5,067,981

customers in last resort

4,817,794

79TWH of electricity distributed

gas customers

1,585,345

customers in liberalized market

1,489,079

customers in last resort

96,266