Headquartered in Bilbao (Spain), Iberdrola is a private utility with a global footprint and over 150 years of experience. It has a workforce of around 30,000 employees in dozens of countries on four continents. Since embarking on its growth and international expansion plan in 2001, IBERDROLA is today Spain's number one energy group thanks to a long-term business model based on geographical diversification, a focus on regulated activities, the quality of its assets, efficiency and financial strength. It produces and supplies electricity - in a clean, reliable and responsible manner - primarily to the United Kingdom, the United States, Mexico, Brazil and Spain, driving their economic and social development.
Type
Public
HQ
Bilbo, ES
Founded
1840
Size (employees)
34,459 (est)+23%
Iberdrola was founded in 1840 and is headquartered in Bilbo, ES
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Iberdrola Office Locations

Iberdrola has offices in Bilbo, Madrid, Glasgow, New Gloucester and in 2 other locations
Bilbo, ES (HQ)
5 Euskadi Plaza
Bilbo, ES
48 San Adrian Etorb.
Madrid, ES
1 Calle Tomás Redondo
Ávila, ES
Calle Manuel Hidalgo
Rio de Janeiro, BR
180 Av. Luís Carlos Prestes
Glasgow, GB
Robertson St
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Iberdrola News and Updates

Ardian and TPH launch Skyline Renewables, which buys Texas windfarm

Ardian has teamed up with Transatlantic Power Holdings to launch Skyline Renewables, a U.S.-based renewable platform. Also, Skyline Renewables has acquired Whirlwind Energy, a Texas-based wind project from Renewable Energy Systems Americas Development Inc. No financial terms were disclosed.

Kawneer powers up for Scottish Power

Glazing systems manufacturer designs a bespoke curtain wall for utility’s new HQ. Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

Bitcoin could use more power than electric vehicles

Bitcoin's electricity consumption this year could be greater than demand from electric vehicles in 2025, a new report suggests. Mining, the energy-eating process used to create bitcoin, could require up to 140 terawatt-hours (TWh) of electricity in 2018, or about 0.6 per cent of the global total,…

Spain Plans to Shield Its Tourism Industry From Brexit Disruption

Spain's reliance on UK tourists shows just how interconnected Europe's economies are. Brexit threatens to undo all of this. It makes total sense for countries to start preparing for a worst-case scenario. -Patrick Whyte
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