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Iberdrola to expand French renewables sector with €4 billion investment

Ignacio Galan, the CEO of Iberdrola, has announced that the utility will invest up to €4 billion in France to accelerate renewables adoption.

Offshore wind challenge to protect marine mammals using real-time data

Iberdrola affiliate company, Vineyard Wind, has launched a new Startup Challenge calling for innovative ideas that use real-time data to monitor marine mammals in the vicinity of offshore wind farms.
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Iberdrola closes €100m acquisition deal in the French renewables sector

Iberdrola has signed a €100 million deal with Aiolos as part of efforts to expand its presence in the French renewables sector.

Iberdrola finishes Q1 in the black, despite pandemic

Spanish utility giant Iberdrola delivered ordinary net profits of €968m ($1bn) in the first quarter of the year, 5.3 per cent more...
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Iberdrola joins the European Network for Cyber Security

Spanish utility, Iberdrola, has joined the European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS). The company becomes the latest member of ENCS’ work to...

Iberdrola and HEINEKEN sign solar PPA

Spanish based utility, Iberdrola and HEINEKEN España have signed the first ever long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) in Spain between an electricity...

Enel and Iberdrola Brazilian bidding war escalates

The market value of Brazil’s largest electricity distributor, Eletropaulo Metropolitana has doubled in the past month thanks to a fierce bidding war between European rivals Enel and Iberdrola.

Iberdrola overtakes Enel in bidding for Brazilian utility

Iberdrola is on the cusp of acquiring Brazilian electricity distributor Eletropaulo after improving on an earlier offer by Enel last week.
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Iberdrola targets 25,000 EV charging points by 2021

Iberdrola is to install 25,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging points across Spain by 2021.

Renewables sector too resilient for Enron-style collapse

Big claims from the CEO of a major European utility often make headlines, especially so when doused in jeopardy. Recent statements from Ignacio Galan, the man at the helm of Spanish giant Ibedrola, that ‘Enron-style collapses’ could be around the corner in the renewables industry were certainly noticed. But how much of this is true, and how much could be attributed to a large incumbent trying to scare smaller, newer companies away from the sector? 

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