The planet needs clean energyAt Iberdrola Energía Internacional we are committed to the energy transition and we offer services to decarbonise the economy thanks to our leadership in renewable energy.
The Iberdrola group began to bet on renewable energies more than two decades ago, as a fundamental pillar on which to build its business model.
We are committed to a greener, more sustainable, smarter future that we can all enjoy.
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Iberdrola Energía Internacional's main responsibility is to disseminate, implement and ensure monitoring of the general policies, strategies and directives of the Iberdrola group.
We are committed to photovoltaic solar energy
We are committed to the fight against climate change, which is why we are committed to photovoltaic solar generation to make the energy transition a reality in the countries where we are present.
We are launching a new challenge through the start-up program PERSEO
We are looking for innovative monitoring systems that enable the early detection of incidents in secondary substations using wireless sensors.
ETaaS: the energy transition at the service of industrial decarbonisation
Part of the industry is working to improve its footprint on the planet. Given this scenario, the Iberdrola group offers the ETaaS service to contribute to an efficient energy transition.
Iberdrola is spearheading the development of green hydrogen with over 60 projects in eight countries
The company has created a new green hydrogen business unit with the aim of becoming the world leader in this technology. The group is addressing the technological challenge of producing and supplying green hydrogen from clean energy sources. DISCOVER THEM
What is clean energy?
Clean energy is energy in full development to fulfill our current desire to conserve the environment and deal with the non-renewable fuel crisis. With no pollution or waste, there are differences between clean and renewable energy sources, as we will explain later on. KEEP READING