WOMEN'S FOOTBALL SUSTAINABLE SQUAD
The Spanish Women's National Team becomes the first Sustainable Squad thanks to Iberdrola
Iberdrola wishes to infect everyone with its commitment to sustainability wherever it operates and has decided to help in making the Spanish Women's Football Team the first Sustainable Squad.
Iberdrola has developed a program of sustainability awareness among the players of the Spanish Women's Football Squad, in which it will share information, values and principles on this subject in order to turn the players into the leading ambassadors of sustainability in sport.
The company is also committed to driving different initiatives, among which are:
- Foster sustainable mobility in sport, in line with Iberdrola's bid to and promote the use of electric vehicles in order to reduce CO2 emissions and combat climate change.
- Offset the carbon footprint created by Spain's Women's National Football Squad with green energy.
- Supply green energy and install renewable energy solutions in sports facilities, to promote more energy sustainable installations.
- Promote alliances with the stakeholders involved in sport to improve sustainability in other institutions.
The initiative was announced in May 2019 in the company of the members of the Spanish Women's Football Squad at the Maranchón wind farm — one of the largest in Europe —, which Iberdrola operates in the province of Guadalajara.
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IBERDROLA, SUPPORTING THE SPANISH WOMEN'S FOOTBALL SQUAD
In line with its commitment to equal opportunities and empowering women, the company supports 16 Spanish federations, including the Royal Spanish Football Federation, which it has been working with since 2016. Iberdrola sponsors the Women's National Squad and the First Division of Women's Football, which became known as Liga Iberdrola in 2016 and currently Primera Iberdrola. It is also the main sponsor of the Under-19 and Under-17 national teams and the Copa de S. M. la Reina.