Iberdrola, a multinational leader in the energy sector serving people and society
With over 170 years of experience, Iberdrola is today one of the largest electric utilities in the world and a benchmark for renewable energies. The company produces and supplies electricity to around 100 million people in the countries in which it operates.
After the radical transformation carried out in the last 15 years, Iberdrola is today the number one European electricity company, and one of the largest in the world by market capitalisation. This is the result of the combination of its corporate vision -which in 2001 led the company to look ahead to future trends in the sector-, the strategy followed to make this vision a reality, its successful implementation, and the ethical values that have always guided all the Group's actions.
On this basis, Iberdrola is now embarking on a new stage of growth, supported by a strong investment drive between 2016 and 2020, essentially in regulated businesses or with long-term contracts, which will provide the security, stability and visibility that are the hallmarks of the company's business model. Iberdrola will continue maintaining its social commitments, acting as a driver for the growth and generation of employment in the countries where it operates, and creating sustainable value for all its stakeholder groups.
A CORPORATE VISION THAT LOOKS AHEAD TO FUTURE TRENDS IN THE SECTOR
COMMITED TO CREATING VALUE THROUGH OUR LONG-TERM SUSTAINABLE MODEL
MORE ENERGY, CLEANER ENERGY,
MORE SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
The outlook for the immediate future is a sharp growth in world energy demand that must be satisfied with clean and efficient technologies to meet the global undertaking to reduce emissions.
The electricity sector has an enormous technological potential to contribute to the decarbonisation of the economy thanks to renewable energies.
IS ON THE
SOME OF THE VALUES
THAT GUIDE OUR ACTIONS
AN ENDORSEMENT OF
OUR VISION AND HARD WORK
CREATION OF SUSTAINABLE VALUE
- Growing shareholder remuneration, in line with the rise in results: Total Shareholder Return: 240% (2001-2015)
- Social commitment:
- Environment: 50% reduction in emissions by 2030 and carbon neutral by 2050
- Universalisation of supply and the fight against energy poverty
- Creation of employment through investment and purchases from suppliers
- Commitment to innovation and training