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  • Generation Z: transforming the system

    In the early 50s, photographer Robert Capa used the alphabet to name generations for the first time. Today, three generations of youngsters coexist -X, Y and Z- and, with their resemblances and differences, they are condemned to get along. DISCOVER THEM

  • We are committed to using drones to inspect and maintain wind farms

    This technology makes it possible to detect structural incidents in wind turbine blades and serve as a guide during maintenance, saving considerable costs and increasing safety. Drones help us to meet our goals of extending the life of our facilities and increasing the efficiency of our more than 12,000 wind turbines worldwide. LEARN MORE

    Travel through four centuries of art with Iberdrola

    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. DISCOVER THEM

  • "Some Persistent Organic Pollutants could last around 30 years"

    Science and adventure often travel hand in hand. Begoña Jiménez has been on the trail of Persistent Contaminating Pollutants (POP) as far as the Antarctic. She is one of the "Sentinel" scientists, a project set up to measure the accumulation and persistence in the environment of these substances that can affect human health. READ MORE

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    Why must water be a universal resource?

    Today, more than two million people do not have access to safe drinking water, basic hygiene and sanitation services, which are essential for any aspect of life and sustainable development. To put an end to this situation, $114 billion a year must be invested. FIND OUT WHY