ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT

Measurement of the global environmental performance of the group

The Corporate Environmental Footprint (CEF) is defined as a multi-criteria measure of the environmental performance of a goods/services providing organization from a life cycle perspective. The main objective of a CEF is to reduce the environmental impact derived from the organisation's activities.

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The Iberdrola group's Environmental Footprint objectives are:

  • Understand and compare objectively the effect of our activity in the different environmental impact categories, trace their cause, identifying the environmental aspects and the assets/technologies/regions responsible of them. This will be an extra element of information for the company's management system.
  • Have a single homogeneous methodology for the whole group that allows: 
    • Measure to improve, developing activities to reduce the environmental impact, with the aim of: 
      • Improve operational efficiency.
      • Improve our reputation, through transparency.
      • Promote innovation.
      • Make possible intern and extern benchmarking.
      • Reduce environmental risks.
  • Ensure the group's commitment to transparency.

Climate change.