EDP


Brazilian networks ensure growth after adverse weather conditions for renewables

17/05/19 -"EDP released a pretty good set of Q1 results. Network EBITDA increased 11%, supported by the Brazilian activities, while the rise in electricity prices partially offset unfavourable weather ..."

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17/05/19
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