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Iberdrola acts with transparency providing accurate and accessible information to its stakeholders. From this page you can access relevant information linked to the field of sustainability.

Sustainability Report.

The Sustainability Report [PDF] that Iberdrola publishes annually presents comprehensive information regarding the Group's performance in the economic, environmental, social, and corporate governance dimensions. Iberdrola prepares these reports in accordance with the consolidated set of GRI Standards for sustainability reporting and the Supplement for Electrical Sector companies, both from Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), as well as the AA1000 standard, and subjects them to an independent external verification according to ISAE 3000. The company's sustainability reports are available to all users in the Shareholders and Investors section.

Integrated Report.

The annual Iberdrola Integrated Report [PDF] summarises the company's performance in economic, social, environmental and corporate governance terms, as well as its strategies and outlook. It also analyses the key opportunities for Iberdrola, its business model, and the primary assets for carrying out its activities successfully. This document also examines the company's key businesses and the positive impact of its actions in relation to stakeholders and those societies in which it operates. Provides information about the business model and the future strategy of the Company, as recommended by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC). The company's Integrated Reports are avaible for all users in the Shareholders and Investors section.

Global Compact Progress Report.

The Global Compact Progress Report offers Iberdrola's advances as member of this international initiative. Iberdrola became a member of the United Nations Global Compact in 2002, and in 2004 was a constituent member of the Spanish Association for the Global Compact (ASEPAM). All the members of ASEPAM (currently called Spanish Global Compact Network) must complete every year a public progress report. These reports, including Iberdrola's, are available at Iberdrola continúa colaborando en las actividades de la Red Española del Pacto Mundial en calidad de socio, un esfuerzo de más de una década que ha sido reconocido por la propia Red Española del Pacto Mundial y que ha llevado a la compañía a patrocinar acciones como “Iniciativa RSE PYME”.

Innovation Report.

Iberdrola's Innovation Report describes the main activities and projects developed by the Company in the area of R&D. Innovation at Iberdrola is part of an open and decentralised international R&D&I management model that bolsters collaboration with technology suppliers and the drive for innovation among employees. This model entails partnerships with companies, universities, technology centres, industrial organisations and public institutions. This cooperation enhances the competitiveness of the companies while generating wealth at both community and national level.

Biodiversity Report.

Iberdrola's Biodiversity Report describes the management focus and the main activities and projects developed by the Company in this area. Our company implements a great number of projects to make its activity compatible with the environment and to achieve its growth in the most sustainable way possible, many of which are included in this Report. In addition, Iberdrola promotes renewable energy sources and is committed to new technologies which are respectful of the environment.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report.

Iberdrola's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report is published annually, with the verification of the Inventory of greenhouse gases. Its purpose is to provide transparent information to the different stakeholders about the emissions of the company, in compliance with the commitments assumed in the Environmental Policy and in the Policy against climate change approved by the Board of Directors.

Iberdrola Environmental Footprint.

Iberdrola's Corporate Environmental Footprint(*) Nota [PDF] is published annually. Its goal is to ascertain and objectively compare the effect of our activities in terms of the different environmental impact categories, tracing the cause and identifying the environmental aspects and facilities, technologies and supervising regions. 

(*) Information verified by AENOR ISO 14072 certification and Recipe methodology.