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Horizon Wind Energy CEO Gabriel Alonso
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  • Great company in the renewable space - now EDP Renewables

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    I worked at Horizon Wind Energy full-time


    Great quality of employees and knowledge in the renewable space - great place to get experience and build a reputations in the industry. Good benefits and PTO


    Slow moving, as EDPR the company is now part of the larger utility (EDP) and it behaves as such.

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Horizon Wind Energy in August 2011.


    Longest interview ever! I interviewed with five individuals ranging from a Financial Analyst (who had no idea what the job entailed for which he was interviewing me) to the CFO (who gave me a theoretical business scenario and had me complete a statement of cash flows). If this is the interview....can't imagine what the work environment is like.

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Website www.edpr.com
Headquarters Houston, TX
Size 51 to 200 Employees
Founded 2001
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

They call the wind Mariah, and Horizon Wind Energy goes by a couple of different names, too. The US subsidiary of Spain-based EDP Renováveis is known across the pond as EDP Renewables North America and EDPR NA. Horizon Wind Energy owns and operates more than 20 onshore wind farms across nine states that have a generating capacity of 2,800 MW. It has another 20,000 MW of wind projects in various stages of development around the country. Horizon sells its electricity wholesale as Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) to utility companies such as AmerenUE, Direct Energy, Great ... More

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