Our main flagship projects
On account of its different business lines, Iberdrola group is currently working on the construction of various projects which have become veritable milestones for their size and commitment to innovation.
OFFSHORE WIND POWER
Offshore wind energy is a renewable, inexhaustible and non-polluting source of energy obtained by harnessing the force of the wind that occurs at sea.
East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm
Its 714 MW installed capacity will provide renewable power to 630,000 British homes when it comes into operation in 2020.
East Anglia Hub offshore wind complex
Comprising East Anglia One North, East Anglia Two and East Anglia Three, this 3,100 MW hub will be the biggest offshore project to date undertaken by Iberdrola.
Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm
Our first big offshore wind project in Brittany, France, will have installed power of 496 MW.
Vineyard Wind offshore wind farm
Located off the coast of Massachusetts (USA), it will have an installed capacity of 800 MW and will supply 1 million homes.
ONSHORE WIND ENERGY
Onshore wind energy is a renewable, inexhaustible and non-polluting source of energy obtained by transforming the kinetic energy in the wind that blows on land into electricity.
Oitis onshore wind farm complex
Consisting of 12 wind farms, it will have a installed capacity of 566.5 MW and will be our largest onshore wind farm project in Latin America.
Paraíba onshore wind farm complex
Its 18 wind farms will add a total installed capacity of more than 565 MW, after its entry into operation in 2022/2023.
Hydroelectric energy takes advantage of the force of water when it falls down a slope or waterfall. It is a renewable, emission-free and locally-produced source of generation.
Photovoltaic solar energy is obtained by converting sunlight into electricity using a technology based on the photoelectric effect. It is a type of renewable, inexhaustible and non-polluting energy.
Francisco Pizarro photovoltaic plant
With its 590 MWp of installed capacity, it will provide clean energy to 375,000 people a year and will be the largest photovoltaic plant in Europe.
Núñez de Balboa photovoltaic plant
With 500 MW of installed capacity, this plant at Usagre in Badajoz province (Spain) will supply clean energy to 250,000 people.
Ciudad Rodrigo photovoltaic plant
The Ciudad Rodrigo photovoltaic plant (300 MW) will consist of 826,200 solar panels and will generate up to 800 jobs in the peak period.
Lund Hill photovoltaic plant
Located in Klickitat (Washington) and with a installed capacity of 150 MW, the new facility will be the state's biggest solar project once it is commissioned in 2020.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUSINESS
Combined cycle power plants convert the thermal energy derived from a fuel into electricity by means of two thermodynamic cycles: that of a gas turbine — usually natural gas — and that of a steam turbine. This technology allows more electricity to be generated with a reduced environmental impact.
The company offers products and services oriented to improving efficiency and energy saving. These are solutions that enable smart consumption in homes and encourage the purchase of green energy through digital tools.