Current Events

  • We will invest 4.8 billion euros in digital transformation by 2022

    Iberdrola plans to invest 4.8 billion euros in digital transformation between 2018 and 2022. This was announced by the company on the occasion of the company's fourth Digital Summit, held until today at its San Agustín del Guadalix training campus (Madrid).


  • Neoenergia deploys the first LTE private network in Brazil

    The Neoenergia group, through its distributor Elektro, has chosen Nokia to deploy the first private LTE wireless broadband network in Brazil. The network will serve more than 75,000 homes and businesses in the city of Atiabaia and its surroundings, in the state of São Paulo.


  • We advance in the construction of the Tâmega Project

    The construction works of the Tâmega Hydroelectric Complex is continuing at a good pace and according to the timetable established, so the complex should be fully completed in 2023. The macrocomplex that Iberdrola develops in the north of Portugal will be formed by three big dams, three hydroelectric plants and one pumping station.


Key Points

  • Iberdrola and the go!ODS

    Alianza Shire has been honoured in the go!ODS Awards for its contribution to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals. This public-private partnership, of which Iberdrola is a member, aims to bring electricity to the refugee camps.


  • Internet of things

    More than 8 billion devices are connected to the Internet of Things — IoT — and this figure is set to triple in just three years. Objects will become smart and the world will undergo a fourth industrial revolution.


Top Stories

  • #innovation #business


    71% of organisations worldwide use 'Agile'

    The Agile methodology is a working system that is changing the face of project development in many companies, including Google, Amazon and Microsoft. This new concept is triumphing the world over and is here to stay. What is the key to its success? It organises and shares work out among multidisciplinary teams in a fast and flexible manner. Read all about it...

  • #environmental sustainability #nature

    Beaches, threatened by the sand theft

    Sand is, after water, the most sought after natural resource. Rapid population growth and the mass development of cities have turned this material into a scarce commodity and a very lucrative business has emerged in trading sand. The sand theft is a real threat to the environment.

  • #environmental sustainability #society

    Polar bears.

    We share the need to move towards a 1.5º C scenario with robust policies

    The historic Paris Agreement, adopted by 195 nations during COP21 (2015), included the goal of strengthening the world's response to the threat of climate change and, in order to do so, to keep the increase in the average temperature worldwide well below 2º C above pre-industrial levels and to continue efforts to limit this temperature increase to 1.5º C.

  • #business #women

    Empowerment of women.

    Committed to the empowerment of women

    The Iberdrola group is committed to the best international practices in the field of work-life balance, equality and diversity. Aligned with our policies, we continue to carry out different initiatives in all the countries in which we operate to increase the presence of women in the energy sector and in society in general.