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Iberdrola is a company that generates, transmits, distributes, and sells electricity. It generates electricity through hydroelectric, nuclear, coal, gas combined cycle, and cogeneration facilities, and from onshore and offshore wind, mini-hydro, solar thermal, photovoltaic, biomass, etc. The company also stores, trades, and retails natural gas. In addition, Iberdrola provides engineering and construction services for power generation facilities.

TypePublic
Founded1840
HQBilbo, ES
Websiteiberdrola.com

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Employees (est.) (Dec 2020)37,127(+5%)
Job Openings147
Share Price (Oct 2021)€9.4(-1%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
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Key People/Management at Iberdrola

Francisco Martínez Córcoles

Francisco Martínez Córcoles

Business CEO
José Ignacio Sánchez Galán

José Ignacio Sánchez Galán

Chairman
José Sainz Armada

José Sainz Armada

General Finance, Control and Resources Director (CFO)
De Negocios

De Negocios

Consejero-Director General Del Grupo
Santiago Martínez Garrido

Santiago Martínez Garrido

Director of Corporate Legal Services
Julián Martínez-Simancas Sánchez

Julián Martínez-Simancas Sánchez

Secretary Non Director
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Iberdrola Office Locations

Iberdrola has offices in Bilbo and Doha
Bilbo, ES (HQ)
Euskadi Plaza, 5
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Iberdrola Financials and Metrics

Iberdrola Revenue

Market capitalization (15-Oct-2021)

57.9b

Closing stock price (15-Oct-2021)

9.4
Iberdrola's current market capitalization is €57.9 b.
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Iberdrola Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

89/100

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Iberdrola Online and Social Media Presence

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Iberdrola News and Updates

Iberdrola supplies Oz mine with wind and solar

Iberdrola supplies Oz mine with wind and solar

Olympic Dam to partner with Iberdrola at Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park

BHP expects to shortly enter into renewable energy supply arrangements to enable Olympic Dam to reduce its emission position to zero for 50 per cent

Iberdrola’s offshore wind leader to leave company

Read Iberdrola’s offshore wind leader to leave company and other wind energy news & analysis on Windpower Monthly

Iberdrola Australia to build Avonlie Solar Farm

Iberdrola Australia to build Avonlie Solar Farm

Iberdrola Completes Wind Farm in Hybrid Plant in Port Augusta

Iberdrola Completes Wind Farm in Hybrid Plant in Port Augusta

Iberdrola Faces French Probe Over Saint Brieuc Wind Farm Project

Iberdrola Faces French Probe Over Saint Brieuc Wind Farm Project
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Iberdrola Blogs

Technology to prevent climate change

Climate change is a very serious problem today that we cannot ignore. For this reason, governments are taking measures to solve the multiple and harmful effects of greenhouse gases caused by man, among which we find floods, droughts, and loss of ecosystems. This is why...

Iberdrola promotes the “Energy for future” (E4F) program

Iberdrola is one of the main energy companies in the world. Is leader in renewable energies and is leading the energy transition towards a low-emission economy. The group supplies energy to nearly 100 million people in dozens of countries. Within its commitment to research as... La entrada Iberdrola…

Record June heat wave in North America and Europe linked to climate change

La entrada Record June heat wave in North America and Europe linked to climate change se publicó primero en We love Renewables.

Maximizing solar energy with batteries

La entrada Maximizing solar energy with batteries se publicó primero en We love Renewables.

How renewable energies can help save the oceans

La entrada How renewable energies can help save the oceans se publicó primero en We love Renewables.
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Iberdrola Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Iberdrola founded?

    Iberdrola was founded in 1840.

  • Who are Iberdrola key executives?

    Iberdrola's key executives are Francisco Martínez Córcoles, José Ignacio Sánchez Galán and José Sainz Armada.

  • How many employees does Iberdrola have?

    Iberdrola has 37,127 employees.

  • Who are Iberdrola competitors?

    Competitors of Iberdrola include Exelon, Naturgy and Audax Renovables.

  • Where is Iberdrola headquarters?

    Iberdrola headquarters is located at Euskadi Plaza, 5, Bilbo.

  • Where are Iberdrola offices?

    Iberdrola has offices in Bilbo and Doha.

  • How many offices does Iberdrola have?

    Iberdrola has 2 offices.