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  • Iberdrola has updated the Advanced Virtual Assistant for shareholders on occasion of its General Meeting, which was held online on 18 June. We present to you AVA, a chatbot that is designed to immediately answer questions regarding the Meeting and to provide our shareholders with all documentation and links of interest to facilitate their participation in the event.

  • A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unique, unrepeatable and indivisible digital asset that, linked to the development of blockchain technology and the cryptocurrency phenomenon, is gaining more and more attention. Auction houses, for example, are positioning themselves to use this technology, as are artists, athletes and even gamers. Below, we look at the peculiarities of these digital assets and why they are booming.

    Taking part in the Iberdrola General Shareholders' Meeting couldn't be easier. Let us explain how to cast an absentee vote or grant your proxy before the event, which will take place on 18 June at 11.00 a. m. on second call and by remote means only.

  • Iberdrola has presented 175 projects to the Next Generation EU programme to mobilise investments of €30 bn in Spain, involving 350 small and medium-size enterprises, institutions, technology partners, startups and the entire value chain. These actions — in the areas of green hydrogen, innovative renewable energy, sustainable mobility, energy storage, smart power grids, heat electrification and component recycling with clean technologies — will contribute to the industrial transformation of the country, focusing on sustainability, green, affordable energy and employment.

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    Iberdrola group acts as a motor for economic and social development by creating stable and quality employment. In this sense, it has committed to investing €75bn until 2025, that will increase to €150 billion in 2030, to boost the industrial fabric and employment in the countries in which it operates.