FLAGSHIP PROJECTS

Our main flagship projects

On account of its different business lines, Iberdrola is currently working on the construction of various projects which have become veritable milestones for the company in terms of their size and commitment to innovation.

 Lines of business

Networks business.

STAR Project.

STAR PROJECT
Iberdrola is a pioneer in the deployment of smart grids through its subsidiary Distribución Eléctrica. In Spain, the company has installed more than 10 million smart meters and adapted about 67,000 transformation centres.
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WESTERN LINK
Through its subsidiary ScottishPower and National Grid, the operator of the British electrical system, the company is building an underwater interconnection between Scotland, England, and Wales. It is the longest of its kind in the world, with a high-voltage cable of 850 kilometres length.
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Western Link.
 


Wholesale and retail business.

Tamega Project.

TÂMEGA PROJECT
Iberdrola is participating in one of the most substantive initiatives in the history of Portugal's energy development through its subsidiary Generación: the three power plants of Gouvães, Daivões, and Alto Tâmega will have a total installed capacity of 1,158 MW.
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BAJA CALIFORNIA III CCPP
This plant, built by Iberdrola Mexico with an investment of approximately 270 million dollars, reinforces our position as the country's leading private producer, supplying energy with low CO2 emissions to 700,000 people.
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Baja California III CCGT.

Continuous innovation in products and services.

CONTINUOUS INNOVATION IN PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Iberdrola is able to design different products and unique services thanks to its commitment to digitisation, customising products to the customer, and excellence in service. Emphasis on the Planes a tu medida and PowerUp, among others.
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Renewable business.

WIKINGER OFFSHORE WIND FARM
Through its subsidiary ScottishPower Renewables, the company is finalising the construction of Wikinger, a symbol of our commitment to innovation, sustainability, and internationalisation. This facility will cover the electrical needs of more than 350,000 homes.
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Wikinger offshore wind farm.

East Anglia ONE.

EAST ANGLIA ONE OFFSHORE WIND FARM
Iberdrola is working on the construction of one of the largest offshore wind farms in the world through its subsidiary ScottishPower Renewables. With an approximate length of 300 km2 it will have an installed capacity of 714 MW.
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EL CABO AND AMAZON US EAST WIND FARMS
These two Iberdrola wind farms, built through the subsidiary AVANGRID Renewables, are two of the most representative facilities in the country: together they will supply renewable energy to about 1.5 million homes.
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El Cabo wind farm.

Photovoltaic plants in Mexico.

PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER STATIONS OF SANTIAGO AND HERMOSILLO
Developed by the company's subsidiary, Iberdrola México Renovables, symbolize the group's commitment to renewable energies in Mexico. When they enter into operation at the end of 2018, they will have a total capacity of almost 300 MW.
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