Current Events

  • More than 10 years innovating with startups

    The Iberdrola - PERSEO International Startup program, to which 70 million euros have been allocated, is aimed at promoting the creation and development of a global and dynamic ecosystem of emerging companies and entrepreneurs of the electricity sector.


  • Our last great offshore wind farm in the United Kingdom

    With an installed power capacity of 714 MW, it will provide clean energy to nearly 600,000 British homes from 2020. East Anglia ONE is the largest renewable energy project undertaken by a Spanish company ever, and entails an investment of almost 3 billion euros.


  • How do photovoltaic plants work?

    Photovoltaic power plants are huge installations that produce photovoltaic solar energy, a type of renewable, inexhaustible and non-polluting energy that is obtained by converting sunlight into electricity through the photoelectric effect.


Key Points

  • SDG Brazil Award

    The Brazilian government has selected the Vale Luz project from Coelba, distributor of the Neoenergia group, as one of the finalists of the SDG Brazil Award, which distinguishes the practices that best contribute to sustainable development in the country.


  • The giants of renewable energy

    Have you ever wondered how a wind turbine tower can support so much weight? Or why they are all orientated in the same direction? Or how are the blades manufactured to capture the maximum force of the wind?


Top Stories

  • #environmental sustainability #nature

    Acid rain.

    Acid rain, a true danger to living beings

    Gases produced from the burning of fuels react with the oxygen in the air and water vapour, transforming into acids that fall onto the earth's surface as rain. Acid rain has devastating effects on ecosystems and poses a serious danger to living beings.

  • #climate change #environmental sustainability

    Committed to climate action.

    Committed to climate action

    Climate change is having a negative impact on the environment, the economy and people's health and is now considered one of the biggest challenges facing humanity in the twenty-first century. The Iberdrola group is actively and decisively contributing to a sustainable and low-carbon future to fight against this global phenomenon.

  • #innovation #arts


    Blockchain arrives in the art world

    Blockchain has arrived in the art world and is here to stay. Thanks to this technology, which allows smarter and safer transactions, intermediaries are reduced, intellectual property is guaranteed and the traceability of creative output is improved. But these applications are only the beginning. Discover how blockchain will revolutionise the art industry.

  • #environmental sustainability #social action


    Is it possible to live without plastics?

    Living without plastics is possible. At least it is in Aberporth, a small tourist village on the west coast of Wales. Its 1,100 inhabitants have reduced their consumption to make their village the world's first plastic-free community. We're presenting their initiative...