Members

Premium Members

EDP – Energias de Portugal, S.A.
http://www.edp.pt/
EDF-EN Portugal

EDF EN Portugal constructs and operates wind energy plants in Portugal. The company is based in Portugal and operates as a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles SA.

http://www.edf-energies-nouvelles.com/

Associate Members

PARTEX SERVICES PORTUGAL, S.A.
http://www.partex-oilgas.com/
CJR Renewables

CJR Wind offers an EPC/BoP integrated service for the construction of wind farms. Operating across all stages of the process of implantation of a project and offering turnkey solutions. Founded in 2002, CJR Wind is present in Europe and Latin America.

http://www.cjrwind.com/
HBD STP – Investimentos Turísticos, Unipessoal, Lda
http://www.bombomprincipe.com/
HIDROERG – Projectos Energéticos, Limitada
http://pt.hidroerg.pt/
Neoen

Neoen, an independent energy company, was founded in 2008 on the initiative of Jacques Veyrat. The company is a subsidiary of Impala SAS and other shareholders consist of the Capenergie II fund (managed by Omnes Capital) and Bpifrance. Neoen develops, finances, builds and operates power plants based on renewable energies (solar, wind, biomass). Neoen operates in France, Portugal, Australia, Mexico, Egypt and El Salvador, and seeks to achieve installed power of over 1000 MW by 2017.

http://www.neoen.com/
RP Global Portugal, Lda
http://www.rp-global.com/
Uría Menéndez - Proença de Carvalho
http://www.uria.com/
Cabeólica S.A.

Cabeólica, SA is an innovative Cape Verdean company within the national wind energy sector. Its 4 wind farms produce roughly 25% of the electricity demand of the country, enabling Cape Verde to be placed amongst the countries with the highest wind energy penetration worldwide.

http://www.cabeolica.com/
RVE.SOL Moçambique

We believe that lack of access to energy is one of the fundamental perpetuators of rural poverty. Why is this important? Because millions of people are dying unnecessarily and poverty is a difficult cycle to break. RVE.SOL (pronounced R-V-E-Sol) is a triple bottom line [People, Planet, Profit] social entrepreneurship, not a charity, dedicated to solving this issue.

http://www.rvesol.com/pt-pt/
MeteoPortugal, Lda.

MeteoPortugal is a company that provides services and consulting in weather and climate area. We provide data and weather forecasts useful in renewable energies such as wind and solar radiation.

http://meteoportugal.pt/
Ecovisão - Tecnologias do Meio Ambiente, Limitada
https://www.ecovisao.pt/
Taciana Peão Lopes & Advogados Associados

Taciana Peão Lopes e Advogados Associados, Lda. - TPLA Law Firm - is a boutique law firm, registered at the Mozambican Bar Association.

TPLA Law Firm regularly advises developers, sponsors, investors, multinational lenders and the Government of Mozambique in key focus areas. The team members possess significant experience in transactions involving foreign investment in Mozambique and combine their understanding of the global energy business environment with a proven track record in energy transactions, disputes and regulatory/legislative matters across all segments of the mining, energy and oil & gas industries in Mozambique.

Electricidade de Moçambique, E.P. (EDM)

EDM - Electricidade de Moçambique, E.P. is the Mozambican state company responsible for Generation, Transmission and Distribution of electricity.

 

http://www.edm.co.mz/

Non-profit Associate Members

RES Associations
APREN – Associação Portuguesa de Energias Renováveis

APREN – the Portuguese Renewable Energy Association, is a non-profit association, founded in 1988, with the mission of coordinate, represent and defend the common interests of its Associates. APREN develops its work together with official authorities and other similar entities, nationally and internationally, being an important key player in the development of energy policies for Portugal, promoting the deployment of renewable resources for electricity production.

http://apren.pt/pt/
Others
INEGI – Instituto de Ciência e Inovação em Engenharia Mecânica e Engenharia Industrial
http://www.inegi.pt/
TESE – Associação para o Desenvolvimento

TESE is a Portuguese Development NGO that promotes sustainable access to social services and infrastructure, including renewable energies. Given our mission, we are focused in implementation of projects/consulting services linking the use of modern, reliable and affordable energy with the improvement of living conditions and income generation.

http://www.tese.org.pt/
Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa (FCUL)

The Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon (FCUL) is a science and technology higher education school with a century of history. It was the first school in Portugal to offer a course in Energy and Environment Engineering, with special emphasis on renewable energies and energy efficiency.

https://ciencias.ulisboa.pt/pt/degge

Honorary Members

Ministério da Energia e Indústria da Guiné-Bissau
http://www.gov.gw/
FUNAE – Fundo de Energia
http://www.funae.co.mz/
VdA – Vieira de Almeida & Associados

VdA is a portuguese independent law firm. Our international footprint is one of the largest among the leading Lisbon-based law firms being present in ten jurisdictions, including francophone Africa, through VdAtlas - a fully integrated network of indepedent law firms

http://www.vda.pt
MIREME - Ministério dos Recursos Minerais e Energia de Moçambique
MINEA - Ministério da Energia e Águas de Angola
http://www.minea.gov.ao/
MECON - Ministério da Economia de Portugal
http://www.portugal.gov.pt/pt/ministerios/meco.aspx
MEE - Ministério da Economia e Emprego de Cabo Verde
http://www.governo.cv/
Governo Regional do Príncipe
Confederação Empresarial da CPLP

The main objective of the CE-CPLP is to facilitate and strengthen business relations between associations and business entities of countries affiliated to the Business Confederation of the CPLP, increasing business, imports and exports in economic areas where these countries are included.

http://www.cecplp.org/
MIRNA - Ministério das Infraestruturas Recursos Naturais e Ambiente de São Tomé e Príncipe
Isabel Cancela de Abreu