Old flour and modern electric power wind mills are seen in Torres Vedras on the outskirts of Lisbon

 
Old flour and modern electric power wind mills are seen in Torres Vedras on the outskirts of Lisbon
Old flour and modern electric power wind mills are seen in Torres Vedras on the outskirts of Lisbon February 22, 2011. Portugal's wind power generator EDP Renewables on Thursday posted a 30 percent fall in 2010 net profit due to higher costs of investment in new capacity, but its operating result improved on higher output. EDPR, the world's fourth-largest wind power company and a unit of Energias de Portugal, said its net profit in last year totaled 80 million euros ($110 million). Picture taken February 22, 2011. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)