We develop our business activities sustainable way. We are committed to the fight against climate change and a model of sustainable economy. All within our strategy framework of corporate social responsibility and compliance with tax regulations.
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.
Neoenergia operates in 18 states and manages 13.9 million supply points in a concession area covering more than 840,800 km2. The company serves more than 34 million people and, since 1 July 2019, it has been the main private electricity company listed on the B3 in São Paulo with a capitalisation of around 19 billion Brazilian reais.
In view of the crisis generated by the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous voices are emerging from all areas of society suggesting the use this moment of recovery as an opportunity to drive the transition to a new socio-economic model that is climate-neutral, resilient, sustainable and inclusive. This is what is known as the Green Recovery, a vision to which Iberdrola group is fully committed and the horizon towards which it has been working for more than two decades.
Iberdrola has presented 150 projects to the Next Generation EU programme to mobilise investments worth €21 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.
The World Economic Forum celebrates its 50th Annual Meeting from 21 to 24 January. Under the heading Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World, the gathering will bring together top leaders from business, governments and society to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the 4th Industrial Revolution. Iberdrola group, a member of the Forum, will again be taking part in the event, which will define the global agenda for 2020.