ADR Program - Level 1

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A program that connects investors

EDP is not listed on the New York Stock Exchange since May 2007, but it keeps an ADR (American Depositary Receipt) program with Deutsche Bank as a Level 1 Program.

On May 18, 2007, the Executive Board of Directors of EDP - Energias de Portugal, SA decided to withdraw from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), cancel its registration and terminate all information disclosure obligations arising from the "US Securities Exchange Act of 1934 ".

The company's common shares continue to be traded on NYSE Euronext Lisbon, and EDP continues to publish the Annual Statement of Accounts and other documents and communications, under the Exchange Act Rule12g3-2 (b).

What is an ADR and an ADS?

Each ADR represents 10 common shares. An American Depositary Share (ADS) is a bond issued by a depositary bank, representing the ownership of common company shares. EDP's ADR Program - Level 1 allows investors to retain their ADRs, making secondary market trading in the US easier.

Written correspondence:

Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas c/o American Stock Transfer & Trust Company

Peck Slip Station PO Box 2050 New York, NY 10272-2050

Email contact: DB@amstock.com

Phone: United States (866) 706-0509;
              International (718) 921-8137.

You can find more information on EDP's ADR volumes and prices at OTC markets