Check out the latest information on the dozens of renewable energy facilities we have in operation around the world. Plants that generate clean energy through technologies such as onshore wind, offshore wind, solar photovoltaic, hydro or green hydrogen, and network facilities that transport it to users, to accelerate everyone's path towards the decarbonisation of society.
The Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park (PAREP) is Iberdrola's first renewable energy complex in Australia. It is a hybrid wind-solar plant with a total installed capacity of 317 MW and is located about eight kilometres southeast of Port Augusta, in the state of South Australia, in the coastal region bordering the southern Flinders Ranges.
Iberdrola group, through its subsidiary in Spain, has built in Badajoz the Núñez de Balboa photovoltaic plant, which, with 500 MWp of installed capacity and the ability to supply clean energy to 250,000 homes, has become the largest in Europe.
The Iberdrola group — through Avangrid Renewables, which belongs to its US subsidiary AVANGRID — has built the Lund Hill photovoltaic plant in Klickitat, Washington, USA. With an installed capacity of 194 MW, the new plante is the largest solar facility in the state after its entry into operation.
Iberdrola invests €250 million in its third photovoltaic plant in Extremadura, the Ceclavín plant, which a total installed capacity of 328 megawatts.
Through its subsidiary in Spain, Iberdrola group has begun commissioning the Francisco Pizarro project, which, with its 553 MW installed capacity, will provide clean energy to 334,400 homes a year and will become the largest photovoltaic plant in Europe.
Iberdrola has commissioned the largest plant producing green hydrogen for industrial use in Europe. The Puertollano (Spain) plant consists of a photovoltaic solar plant, a lithium-ion battery system and one of the largest electrolytic hydrogen production systems in the world.