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Big corporates making big green moves

As the public demands action, we see big corporates adopting greener strategies and making significant changes to their business models.

PEi Connect: Supersize your order of sustainability

Global food chain McDonald's has opened a restaurant designed to be the template for net zero emissions.

AstraZeneca to power UK sites with biomethane in decarbonisation drive

AstraZeneca has partnered with Future Biogas to power its UK sites with low-carbon energy as part of the company's decarbonisation drive.

Iberdrola to develop 300MW offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea

Iberdrola has committed to the deployment of its third offshore wind project in the Baltic Sea, reinforcing the company's Baltic Hub in Germany.

Iberdrola, TotalEnergies and Norsk Havvind partner on Norwegian wind projects

The wind projects will be located at two offshore sites in southern Norway, with a total capacity of 4.5GW.

Iberdrola’s Galan criticises German model

Ignacio Galan, the head of Iberdrola has criticised the German energy model, querying how burning coal and reducing emissions simultaneously can make sense.

Iberdrola’s u-turn on Scottish Power sale

Spain's Iberdrola has decided against selling off a minority stake in its Scottish Power division, following better than expected progress in a EUR2bn ($2.7bn) asset sale programme last year.

Iberdrola’s largest wind farm goes live

The £2.5 billion East Anglia ONE offshore wind energy farm in the UK produces clean energy to power the equivalent of 630,000 homes.

Areva to supply Iberdrola’s Baltic Sea project

Areva is to deliver its M5000 wind turbine technology to Iberdrola for use on the company's Wikinger offshore wind project in the Baltic Sea.

Iberdrola’s Q1 power production dips in Latin America

In the first quarter of this year, Spanish utility Iberdrola's net power production in Latin America was down 14 per cent on the same quarter last year to 8.83 TWh.