Are you interested in history? With Iberdrola you will discover what you are looking for.
Clothing that adapts to weather conditions and to movement, prosthetics that adapt to growth and disintegrate when they are no longer necessary. These are just some of the present and future applications of 4D printing. This yet untapped technology will revolutionise the printing and manufacturing of objects over the next few years.
Between the 16th and 18th centuries, the real, a Spanish silver coin, was the currency of reference for world trade. The English in the American colonies called it the Spanish dollar and ended by adopting it as their own.
Over 200 works of art, documents and objects that illustrate the Spanish presence on the continent, together in the 'Memory Regained' exhibition.
Jai Alai courts in Miami or Rhode Island? The Basque sport was one of the most popular sports in the United States during the 60s and 70s.
The Iberdrola group shows its commitment to culture through initiatives and programmes that conserve and raise awareness of heritage, and activities that encourage and contribute to disseminating contemporary creativity. Here is some interesting information about the main exhibitions that the company supported between January and July 2018.