EDP Renováveis (English: EDP Renewables, EDPR) is a leading renewable energy company registered in Oviedo and headquartered in Madrid that designs, develops, manages and operates power plants that generate electricity using renewable energy sources.
EDPR was established in 2007 to hold and operate the growing renewable energy assets of parent company Energias de Portugal (EDP Group), Portugal´s largest utility company headquartered in Lisbon. EDP Renováveis is the third-largest generator of wind energy globally (after Iberdrola Renovables and NextEra Energy Resources). EDPR´s business currently includes wind farms and, to a limited extent, mini-hydro energy activities. The company has also said it is actively exploring opportunities in other renewable energy technologies.
Central to its success is GEDLux's unique proposition of offering state-of-the-art technology and engineering in electrical control systems to independent local electricity distributors in Spain.
Our company size and geographic proximity, allows us to build close working relationships with clients with whom our executive management and senior engineers deal directly which leads to optimum customization of projects.
An Engineering, Procurement and Construction contractor with over 30 years experience and 95% international activity, the TSK Group is one of the Spanish companies with the most references in EPC projects in the energy, industrial, minerals handling and environment sectors.
GEDLux's collaboration with the TSK Group came about as a direct result of working on international projects in Poland with EDP which invcolved TSK. After proving its capability, GEDLux has been working with the TSK Group on projects in Peru and Bolivia.
Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya, ("Catalonia Railways Network"), or FGC, is a railway company which operates several unconnected lines in Catalonia.
The lines operated include metro and commuter lines in and around the city of Barcelona, tourist operated mountain railways, and rural railway lines. They include 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) of 600 mm (1 ft 11 5⁄8 in) gauge route, 140 kilometres (87 mi) of 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in) route, 42 kilometres (26 mi) of standard gauge route, and 89 kilometres (55 mi) of broad gauge route, making the FGC one of the few railway companies to operate on four different gauges. Whilst most lines are conventional adhesion railways, the FGC also operates two rack railways and four funicular railways.