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  • initialism Egyptian pound


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  • Selling a stake in EGP is "not a debt solution for Enel, but a strategic one," Mr. Ferraris says.


  • In Cove Forth, Utah, meanwhile, EGP is drilling deep into the earth 's surface in search of heat that can power a geothermal plant.


  • Like EGP, Iberdrola Renovables has focused a large chunk of its operations in the U.S., only to struggle amid a sputtering economy.


  • “In 1975,” however, “a gradual process of militarization spread across Ixcan, which coincided with the beginning of activities by the Poor Peoples Guerilla Army (EGP) in the region.”

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  • EGP 's ratio of net debt to earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization of around 2.5% to 3% is less than that of peers, leaving the firm plenty of room to further leverage its balance sheet for future investments, he says.


  • That will add 300 megawatts of installed capacity to EGP 's U.S. operations, which currently can generate up to 788 megawatts per year.


  • The depreciation bias to the EGP should remain as well, to support exports and competitiveness.

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  • To reap the potential benefits of the U.S. renewable energy market, however, EGP will also come up against high hurdles.


  • He advised his wife to incorporate a business, EGP Business Solutions Inc., under her maiden name so that consulting fees could be sent to her.

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  • In California, "the administrative hurdles required to obtain the permits for building wind farms constitute a barrier in practice," the report adds, describing the struggle as a "potential risk" to investors eyeing EGP shares.



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