Iberdrola is developing huge projects with the aim of boosting the sustainable development, promoting the renewable energy and implementing emerging technologies. Innovative and complex engineering works are needed to develop such a constructions.
Artificial intelligence, for those who do not use it on a daily basis, seems like a concept typical of great film productions or science fiction books. But the truth is that it is a set of almost century-old concepts that are increasingly present and to which we resort, often without realising it. Find out what artificial intelligence is, what it is for, what its risks and challenges are and what we expect from it in the future.
Onshore wind energy, a clean and inexhaustible source that has been used for centuries, represents one of our main sustainable bets for the future, but there is still a lot of ignorance about how it works. For this reason, we propose 10 relevant terms to understand how it works and to know in detail each of its parts.
The design, construction, transport and installation of offshore wind farms is a technical challenge, highly refined with experience, and requires a process lasting several years.
El proyecto HOREX –acrónimo de Hormigones Expansivos– nace de Iberdrola de investigar el fenómeno de la expansión química del hormigón, que era casi desconocido, propio del material y que supone un gran desafío para las presas a nivel mundial debido a las dificultades a la hora de controlarlo, ya que puede afectar la funcionalidad para las que fueron diseñadas y construidas las presas no solo durante el mantenimiento de las estructuras sino también en su construcción.
The Iberdrola group continues to make progress in the construction of the Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm, the second major site of this technology that the company is developing in the Baltic Sea (Germany). The project has reached a new...
Iberdrola has contributed to making one of the award-winning solutions in the Start-up Challenge 'Automation of the construction of electrical transmission facilities' a reality, together with the Finnish company Hyperion Robotics. An innovative technique for the sustainable construction of concrete structures: with 75 % less materials, up to 20 % less direct costs and the same levels of quality, efficiency and safety. This pilot project marks a milestone in the company's aim to minimise the carbon footprint in the construction of its transport network.
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