Among the 13 points in the agenda are the approval of the annual accounts, management reports, and performance of the Board of Directors chaired by Ignacio Galán, during 2017.
From here you can access all information regarding the 2018 General Shareholders' Meeting. The many documents available include the Notice and Agenda, the Shareholder's Guide, proposed resolutions, and the various reports.
In order to encourage the involvement of shareholders in the Company and, in particular, in this event, we offer different exclusive access for shareholders properly accredited. We explain each one of them.
The Basque Government and AENOR certify that the Company's General Shareholders' Meeting is managed in accordance with all criteria related to the environmental sustainability of events in the Basque Country and with standard UNE-ISO 20121 on sustainable event management, respectively.
Participate at the General Meeting from your mobile device
Discover the different channels for absentee voting or delegating by phone or by electronic means. The latter is via mobile phone (a new option only for natural persons), personal password or electronic certificate.
Sustainability Report 2017
We present the full information on the Iberdrola group's performance in the three fields of sustainability: economic, environmental and social.
SDG 1: NO POVERTY
Committed to an inclusive, sustainable and equal economic growth
Have you ever thought about what poverty really is? At a glance, it seems that we all know what poverty is. But, are you aware of its implications? Poverty is much more than lacking resources.
Email, a double-edged sword
Emailing is one of the main communication channels that exist today along with instant messaging and social networking. Through it we establish contact with other people exchanging personal and professional information.
Discover the most sustainable cities in the world
The world's population has risen to 7.6 billion (UN, 2017), and a large part is concentrated in major cities. These cities contribute the most to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and yet, at the same time, they offer the best hope for reducing the ecological footprint on a global scale.
WHAT IS AUGMENTED REALITY?
Augmented Reality: the real world with different eyes
Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that allows virtual elements to be superimposed onto our vision of reality. Increasingly more in demand, by 2020 AR will become a business that verges on 120 billion dollars on a global scale.