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Spain (ES)

OpenCorporation rating: 46.37 on 100

Ranking 2018: 243 on 568 companies


Primary and secondary NACE classification:
• Production of electricity (3511)
• Distribution of gaseous fuels through mains (3522)

Company description

This company is engaged in the generation, transmission, distribution, sale, and retail of electricity. It was incorporated in 1944, it was formerly known as Iberuero. The company conducts business from its registered head office located in Bilbao, province of Vizcaya, Spain with four combined-cycle facilities: Castellon, Castejon (Navarra), BBE (Vizcaya) and Tarragona. It is one of the largest electricity companies in the world and a benchmark in renewable energies: supplying electricity to approximately 100 million customers. It generates electricity through hydroelectric, nuclear, coal, gas combined cycle, and cogeneration facilities; and electricity from onshore and offshore wind, mini-hydro, solar thermal, photovoltaic, biomass, and trades in, and retails natural gas. In addition, the company provides engineering and construction services for power plants and facilities. Through its subsidiaries, the company also operates in Bolivia, Brazil, Venezuela, Italy, Poland, Portugal, the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, France, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Guatemala, Chile, Greece and Colombia.

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Indicators

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34.8
93
54.4
34.4
51.2
9.7
48
96.1

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Latest news about iberdrola sa

22 January 2020 - 12:00

Iberdrola : “The fight against global warming is an opportunity”

To mark his attendance at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Iberdrola chairman and CEO Ignacio Galán, who has been a regular for the last 15 years, told the Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia that he agrees we are in the throes of a climate emergency and how pleased he is that this topic is the focus of debate.

According to Galán, 'the fight against global warming is an opportunity and will generate significant benefits for society, not only environmental, but also by reducing energy dependency, supply security, electricity prices and by improving health'.

› source:  Market Screener

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