EDP Renewables North America

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About EDP Renewables North America

EDP Renewables North America is an independent power generator. Independent power producers own power generation plants but rarely sell to end users and instead sell on the wholesale market.

EDP Renewables North America Overview

  • Company Type:Independent Power Producer
  • Parent Company:EDP Group
  • Headquarters:1501 McKinney Street, Suite 1300
    Houston, Texas 77010
    United States of America
  • CEO:Miguel Angel Prado Balboa

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    Quick Facts About EDP Renewables North America

    EDP Renewables North America is 1st out of the 3509 companies in the nation for the percentage of their fuel usage that comes from renewable fuel types.

    EDP Renewables North America has the 82nd highest total electricity production in the United States, generating 16,930,889 megawatt hours.

    EDP Renewables North America produces 5.39% of its total megawatt hours produced from solar fields, ranking them 138th out of 3509 providers in the US for percentage of total electricity generation that comes from solar energy.

    EDP Renewables North America is ranked 8th out of 3509 providers that we track in the nation for the total percentage of electricity output coming from renewable fuels.

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    EDP Renewables North America Energy Makeup

    Power Plants Owned by EDP Renewables North America

    PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
    Mitchell County IA Wind 981,919
    Coffey County KS Wind 735,181
    Hidalgo County TX Wind 705,945
    Lewis County NY Wind 665,024
    Meadow Lake Wind Farm VI LLCEDP Renewables North America (100.00%)
    Benton County IN Wind 659,098
    McLean County IL Wind 613,981
    McLean County IL Wind 609,316
    Headwaters Wind Farm II LLCEDP Renewables North America (100.00%)
    Randolph County IN Wind 604,105
    Randolph County IN Wind 541,831
    Shackelford County TX Wind 525,060

    EDP Renewables North America Fuel Makeup

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    94.61%
    SOLAR
    Solar
    5.39%

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    EDP Renewables North America FAQ:

    What is the phone number for EDP Renewables North America?

    You can reach EDP Renewables North America by phone via (713) 265-0350.

    How many power plants are owned by or associated with EDP Renewables North America?

    There are 51 power plants owned by or associated with EDP Renewables North America.

    Who is the CEO of EDP Renewables North America?

    The CEO of EDP Renewables North America is Miguel Angel Prado Balboa.

    What percentage of EDP Renewables North America's electricity is generated using nonrenewable fuel sources?

    Electric generation facilities owned by or associated with EDP Renewables North America generate 0% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuels.

    What company is EDP Renewables North America owned by?

    EDP Renewables North America is a subsidiary of EDP Group.

    What percentage of EDP Renewables North America's electricity is generated using renewable fuel sources?

    EDP Renewables North America produces 100.00% of their electricity using renewable fuels.

    Last Reviewed By: Ginalyn Gelera
    Published: 2022-03-13