As part of our commitment to promoting gender equality, we organise the Iberdrola Supera Awards to recognise and give visibility to the best initiatives in Spain in favour of equality and the empowerment of women through sport.
Iberdrola's global support for sport and, in particular, women's football extends to Brazil and Scotland through long-term agreements.
The Iberdrola group's International Corporate Volunteering Program was created to channel our employees' spirit of solidarity and to encourage their participation in social projects aimed at integrating vulnerable groups into society, improving the environment and sustainable development.
Like any activity, sport suffers the consequences of climate change, such as high temperatures and pollution. With a more sustainable horizon as a goal, Nike and Iberdrola have had an agreement since 2016 for the long-term purchase and sale of clean energy (PPA). The aim is to reduce the sports brand's carbon footprint and demonstrate the role of large companies in the fight against climate change.
Companies and communities need help in translating government decarbonization goals into actions. ScottishPower’s Zero Carbon Communities initiative aims to do just that.