Integrated Report
February 2021

energía eólica, molinos de viento, molino eolico
ignacio s galan, presidente iberdrola
Ignacio S. Galán
Chairman & CEO of Iberdrola

Letter from the Chairman & CEO

Iberdrola is committed to the creation of sustainable value for shareholders, employees and society.

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02 Iberdrola in the world

Key figures of the group

International
presence

Approximately
400.000
People5 - Direct, indirect
and induced employment

224.998
GWh
Distributed
energy

1.206.783
Km Power
lines

162.842
GWh
Net production

34.923
MW Total renewable
installed capacity

55.111
MW Total
installed capacity

34
Millions
of consumers2

37.127
People -
Direct employment

7.475
€M Direct
tax contribution

14.071
€M Purchases3

9.246
€M Gross
investments4

03 Iberdrola is one of the largest electricity companies in the world

Social dividend as an increase in the value of capital

The social dividend created by Iberdrola’s strategy and business model translates into an increase in the value of its capital, which in turn feeds back into a cycle of value creation, thus efficiently interconnecting the operations of the businesses and the capital of the company.

External context

Strengthen trust and connection with the community

More than €34,000 million of contribution to the GDP of the countries1

Balanced growth, financial strength, sustainable dividend

Record net profit of €3,611 million in 2020

Diverse workforce within a stable and safe environment

Almost 400,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs1

Promotion of R&D

115% increase in R&D investment over the last 10 years

Supply of safe and competitive energy, business focused on networks and renewables

Record gross investment of €9,200 million in 2020

Fight against climate change and protection of biodiversity

50% reduction in specific CO2 emissions by 2030 compared to those of 2007. 98 g/kWh in 2020

(1) Data from a Study of Iberdrola’s Impact, prepared by PwC, which is based on 2019 figures. Includes indirect and induced impacts.