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Iberdrola's Subsidiary Avangrid Agrees With Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners To Reorganize Vineyard Wind's Assets
Iberdrola Will Install 400 Electric Vehicle Charging Points At Leroy Merlin Car Parks
Iberdrola To Expand In Asia-Pacific With Development Of 6 GW Pipeline In Taiwan
IBERDROLA, S.A. is engaged in carrying out electricity and gas activities in Spain and abroad. The Company's segments include Network business, Deregulated business, Renewable business and Other businesses. The Company's Network business segment includes all the energy transmission and distribution activities, and any other regulated activity originated in Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States and Brazil. Its Deregulated business segment includes electricity generation and sales businesses, as well as gas trading and storage businesses carried on by the Company in Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom and North America. Its Renewable business segment includes activities related to renewable energies in Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States and the rest of the world. Its Other businesses segment includes the engineering and construction businesses and the non-power businesses. The Company offers its customers power and natural gas, both in the wholesale and retail markets.
Plaza Euskadi numero 5
Jose Ignacio Sanchez Galan
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Juan Manuel Gonzalez Serna
Vice Chairman of the Board, Lead Independent Director
Jose Sainz Armada
Chief Financial Officer, General Finance, Control and Resources Director
Francisco Martinez Corcoles
Business CEO of the Iberdrola Group, Executive Director
Rafael Mateu De Ros Cerezo
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Wind power giant Iberdrola and solar project developer Prosolia Energy will jointly invest 850 million euros ($996 million) in five solar parks in Iberia by 2025, including one of Europe's largest power plants in Portugal, Prosolia told Reuters. Through the deal, the companies...
Iberdrola has taken full control of two wind projects it has been developing off the U.S. coast with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), as part of a global ramp-up of its offshore business.
Gas and electricity company ScottishPower Renewables has completed construction of an onshore 30 megawatt (MW) wind farm in Halsary in northern Scotland, the firm announced on its website on Tuesday.
Energy firm Iberdrola said on Tuesday it had signed an agreement with the European Investment Bank for a 550 million euro ($648 million) green loan to support the development of electricity distribution networks in Spain.
Iberdrola is looking to new markets to help fuel growth and could even consider spinning off its offshore wind business to raise funds, the global wind power group said on Wednesday.
Iberdrola Renovables was placed under formal investigation by Spain's High Court on Friday as part of a probe into a decade-long alleged spying case, a court document showed.
Spain's High Court on Wednesday placed Iberdrola Chief Executive Ignacio Galan under investigation as part of a probe into an alleged spying case dating back more than 15 years, a court document showed.
Spain's High Court on Wednesday placed Iberdrola Chief Executive Ignacio Sanchez Galan under investigation as part of a probe into an alleged spying case dating back to 2004-2017, a court document showed. The decision follows a request by the anti-corruption public prosecutor...
Europe's biggest wind power group Iberdrola reaffirmed its 2021 growth outlook on Wednesday after reporting rising quarterly earnings supported by rapid building of renewable energy plants and investments in networks.
Europe's biggest utilities Enel and Iberdrola saw the clean energy transition coming decades ago when others baulked at the high cost of producing energy from the sun and wind and instead stuck with coal and oil.
Volkswagen's Spanish automaker SEAT wants to locate a battery assembly plant near its Barcelona factory to support electric car production there from 2025, providing it gets financial and other support from Spanish and EU authorities, its chairman said on Monday.
Spanish automaker SEAT's parent company Volkswagen wants a firm commitment from Brussels to support a potential project to manufacture electric cars in Spain, the German group's chief executive officer Herbert Diess said on Friday.
Spain will use European Union funds to create a public-private consortium with VW's Spanish unit SEAT and power company Iberdrola to build the country's first factory for electric-car batteries, the industry minister said.
Spain will use European Union funds to create a public-private consortium with VW's Spanish unit SEAT and Iberdrola to build the country's first factory for electric-car batteries, Industry Minister Reyes Maroto said on Thursday.
Buoyed by a new law, Mexico's president on Wednesday said he would renegotiate contracts in the electricity sector, heralding fresh tensions between his government and the private sector, which he accused of excessive profiteering.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Wednesday negotiations would take place with Spain's Iberdrola and around 10 other firms in the context of an overhaul of the country's electricity market.
Spain's largest power company Iberdrola said on Friday it agreed to buy a majority stake in a portfolio of offshore wind farm projects currently developed by Irish renewable energy company DP Energy.
French oil major Total has teamed up with Spanish power company Iberdrola to bid for Denmark's Thor wind farm, one of the world's largest offshore wind power projects.
Iberdrola said on Friday it had bought a 50% stake in North and Baltic Sea wind farm company Sea Wind for an undisclosed sum to jointly develop a portfolio of offshore projects in Poland, a new market for the Spanish group.
Spanish wind energy group Iberdrola <IBE.MC> plans to invest 75 billion euros ($88 billion) in its renewable energy production, grids and retail operations by 2025 to capitalise on growing global demand for clean power, it said on Thursday.
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