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EDP is committed to the transition to a more environmentally friendly economy in line with the Paris Agreement and EU obligations to put in place long-term low emissions strategies by 2020 and to reduce its emissions 40% by 2030. EDP is addressing decarbonization challenge from the generation side through some low-C technologies such as renewables.


EDP believes green finance and green bonds in particular are an important tool to encourage the transition to a low-carbon economy, giving financial backing to existing projects or new ones aimed at bringing about this transition.


You can find below detailed information on the EDP's Green Funding Strategy.

Interbolsa Instrument (€750m due 20 July 2080)
Paying Agency Agreement (€750m due 20 July 2080)
Prospectus (€750m due 20 July 2080)
Prospectus (€600m due 16 September 2026)
Sustainability Report 2018
Prospectus (€1.000m due 30 April 2079)
Sustainability Presentation
Prospectus (€600m due 13 October 2025)

Click here for the Report on the allocation and impact of Green Bonds (p.194), and here for the Auditor’s Report on Green Bonds (p.196).