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Rest of the world renewable installed capacity at the end of the nine months of 2023 totalled 3,566 MW, 34.2% more than in the same period of the previous year, broken down as follows:


Rest of the world MW
Onshore wind 2,072
Offshore wind 846
Solar 573
Batteries 75
Total 3,566


The country-by-country breakdown of installed renewable capacity, as well as other information, is available on the company's facilities map.

In terms of photovoltaic solar technology, in Italy, in the Lazio region, the construction of the Montefiascone photovoltaic plant (7 MW) continues. Photovoltaic modules have been installed and commissioning is progressing. In the same region, work has begun on the Tarquinia project (33 MW).

In Portugal, in Paderne, after the completion of the medium voltage works and the plant substation for the Montechoro 1 and 2 projects (37 MW) last quarter, mechanical installation was completed with the installation of all the photovoltaic modules and preparations are underway for the commissioning of the projects at the beginning of the year. Also in Portugal, in the Lisbon district, the photovoltaic modules for the Carregado project (64 MW) have been installed.

In terms of onshore wind, in Australia, the wind turbines at the Flyers Creek wind farm (146 MW) are still being installed, while commissioning activities are progressing.

Installed capacity breaks down as follows by country:


Wind, batteries and photovoltaic MW
Germany 350
Australia 1,403
Greece 421
Hungary 158
France 614
Portugal 277
Poland 213
Romania 80
Cyprus 20
Italy 30


The development of offshore wind projects also continues:

  • In Germany, at the Baltic Eagle (476 MW) project, the installation and undergrounding of the interconnection cables was completed; testing and completion of the cabling will be carried out in the next quarter. In addition, good progress is being made in the manufacturing of the wind turbine nacelles, towers and blades. In the meantime, work continues on the Windanker project (315 MW).
  • In France, the Saint Brieuc project (496 MW), 62 wind turbines have been installed, and they are now being commissioned. This will take place in the first half of 2024. The first part of the PPA with EDF came into force in November 2023.

Renewable production at the close of 2023 reached 6,041 GWh, up 19,6% compared to the same period last year, with the following breakdown by technology:


Rest of the world GWh
Onshore wind 4,366
Offshore wind 1,229
Solar PV and batteries 446
Total 6,041


For technologies, onshore wind production increased in the period by 11.6% compared to the same period in 2022, primarily thanks to new capacity additions, above all the Port Augusta complex in Australia, Askios II and III in Greece and Korytnica II in Poland. Offshore wind production (France and Germany) is up by 12.0%, totalling 1,237 GWh. This is due to the addition of new capacity at the Saint Brieuc farm in France. Production using photovoltaic solar stood at 446 GWh in the period compared to 38 GWh in the same period of 2022.

More information on the operating data of the aforementioned businesses of the Iberdrola Group by country can be found on the Group's Map of facilities and operating data page.