2018/19 Iberdrola España Scholarships
Fundación Iberdrola España
Corporate Governance System
Board of Directors
Iberdrola España S.A.U. is the company of the Iberdrola group in Spain, a leading company in the energy sector and renewable energies. Iberdrola España carries out its activity through the companies in Spain which performs the generation and retailing of electricity, natural gas, and renewable energy, and the transmission, distribution and third-party access to the electrical power grid.
The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and Iberdrola celebrated the award received by the Senior National Women's Football Team at the World Football Summit Industry Awards at an event held at the City of Football in Las Rozas during the national team meeting taking place this week. MORE INFORMATION
Iberdrola has begun the deployment of the largest network of fast charging stations for electric vehicles on Spain's main motorways and corridors. With an investment of more than 10 million euros, the project will tear down the current barriers preventing sustainable interurban mobility, allowing drivers to travel across Spain from end to end in an electric vehicle. MORE INFORMATION
Our responsibility is to disseminate, implement and ensure monitoring of the general policies, strategies and directives of the Iberdrola Group in Spain.
The main responsibility of Iberdrola España, S.A.U. has its own Board of Directors containing independent directors and has its own management team.
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The Iberdrola group's investments in its innovation and digital transformation program will top â‚¬1,000 million between 2018 and 2022, and a new Global Information Technology (IT) Security Plan and Cybersecurity.
WHAT IS SAND THEFT AND WHY DOES IT EXIST?
Sand is, after water, the most sought after natural resource. Rapid population growth and the mass development of cities have turned this material into a scarce commodity and a very lucrative business has emerged in trading sand. The sand theft is a real threat to the environment. DISCOVER WHY
MUSEUMS, ART AND SUSTAINABILITY
Until now, the strict conservation conditions their collections require have prevented museums from meeting the needs of sustainable development. However, in recent years, several projects have shown that it is possible to harmonise the demanding energy costs of a museum with respect for the environment. LEARN MORE