Decarbonisation is the process of reducing the amount of carbon, mainly carbon dioxide (CO2), sent into the atmosphere. Its objective is to achieve a low-emission global economy to attain climate neutrality via the energy transition.
Solar and wind energy have grown significantly on the electric grid over the last decade, but when the sun doesn’t shine and the wind doesn’t blow, green hydrogen can bridge the gap.
Dialogue and collaboration. These were the two messages that Executive Chairman of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galán, wanted to highlight at the first edition of the CONVIVE Awards , held today in Mérida. These awards, which were created with the aim...
Ignacio Galán, Executive Chairman of Iberdrola, was the first recipient of the ESG Leadership Award from the Foreign Policy Association in New York at its annual dinner at the Harvard Club in New York. The award recognises business leaders...
Iberdrola and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), part of the World Bank Group, are joining forces to foster energy transition in emerging countries. The two institutions today launched a partnership to support clean energy and...
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Carbon markets are internationally widespread economic instruments to encourage the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, such as CO₂, by the different sectors of productive activity.
For my generation, being pro-European was the credible promise of a clear path to a consolidated democracy and a market economy oriented towards the social welfare of all Spaniards. We believed that opening up to the outside world and to...