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.
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.
Iberdrola has surprised the market once again. The company has today set the terms and conditions of a new hybrid green bond , amounting to €1 billion, as reported to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV). The volume of demand and...
Europe`s largest electricity company, Iberdrola, has today (16h January) launched a new report titled ‘Electric, Together’. The five-point manifesto is a call to action for global policymakers, companies in the energy and industrial sectors and...
Iberdrola has tapped the fixed income market in Europe, as it did in March, successfully closing a double-tranche transaction for a combined amount of €1.5 billion: €750 million with a six-year maturity and €750 million with a ten-year...
The electricity sector is the best available energy vector to incorporate renewable facilities. Iberdrola promotes the decarbonisation of the economy through greater electrification, especially in sectors such as transport (through electric vehicles) and buildings (through heat pumps).
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The objective of both the Paris Agreement and the commitments being made by Europe is that of an emission-free society by 2050. By then, the energy carriers will have to be fully decarbonised, meaning there will no place for the fossil fuels being used today.