Iberdrola is committed to women, to gender balance and to non-discrimination. We go all in when supporting the empowerment of women in business and society.

  • Triathlete Miriam Casillas participated in the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games only one year after starting to compete, and has qualified for the postponed Tokyo Games. At the age of 12, Carmen Tamames also dreams of travelling the world competing in this sport. Iberdrola has brought them together for one day of training.

  • Silvia Navarro has made a living playing handball since she was 16 years old. Alba López has been playing since she was seven. They are both goalies. But Silvia has managed to make handball her profession, something to which Alba aspires. Pushing your limits, willpower, concentration, effort and teamwork are the keys.

    Women represented 23 % of Iberdrola's workforce. Although the progress made so far is significant, our goal is to continue moving forward to become an international benchmark in equality, both inside and outside the company.

  • Created in 1923, the Copa Stadium became part of the National Sports Awards (Premios Nacionales del Deporte) in 1983 to reward organisations that stand out for their special contribution to the advocacy for and promotion of sports.

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