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Our company

We are the head of business companies of the international renewable business of the Iberdrola Group

Iberdrola Renovables Internacional, S.A.U. (Sociedad Unipersonal), the head of business companies of the International renewable energy business, undertakes activities of electricity generation and sales through renewable energy sources in the territories whose businesses are not owned or part-owned by the subholding companies of the strategic countries.

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Flagship projects

With its different business lines, the Iberdrola Group currently has different projects under construction, which have become true milestones for the company, due to their dimensions and to the commitment to innovation.

Iberdrola Renovables FranceEnlace externo, se abre en ventana nueva.  currently has 159 MW of terrestrial wind generation facilities operating in different regions of France, and a portfolio of more than 700 MW of wind and photovoltaic projects in different stages of completion. Regarding offshore wind projects, the Saint-Brieuc External link, opens in new window. External link, opens in new window. project has completed the installation of 45 wind turbines, the installation of the piles for the remaining positions has been completed and the installation of the jackets continues. r. The first turbines have been put into operation and the rest are expected to be connected to the network gradually until all of the farm’s 62 wind turbines are commissioned.

Wikinger offshore wind farm.Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm.

In Japan, Iberdrola will co-develop 600 MW on a 50/50 basis at the Seihoku-oki wind farm, together with a Japanese company. Iberdrola Renewables JapanEnlace externo, se abre en ventana nueva.  continues to develop its portfolio projects for future rounds with Japanese partners (both Round 3 and subsequent rounds, paying special attention to the new areas identified by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) on Hokkaido Island), and the Round 3 auction is expected to be submitted in the second quarter of 2024.

The company has also successfully completed the commissioning of the Askio IIEnlace externo, se abre en ventana nueva.  (37 MW) and Rokani (18 MW) wind farms in Greece, both of which are now in commercial operation at ROKAS Renewables.

In addition, the assembly of the wind turbines of the Flyers Creek wind farm (146 MW) in Australia continues, where Iberdrola AustraliaEnlace externo, se abre en ventana nueva.  has installed a total of 21 of the 38 wind turbines. In the case of Poland, the purchase of two onshore wind farms, Podlasek and Wólka Dobryńska, with a total capacity of 50 MW, has been completed.

 

We are the utility of the future

The hallmark of the Iberdrola Group is its steady growth and its forward vision to prepare for society's future energy needs. Effort, talent, commitment and excitement are some of the main elements in our history External link, opens in new window. External link, opens in new window. of over 170 years.

Iberdrola is a brand External link, opens in new window. External link, opens in new window. committed to protecting its environment and people. Therefore, it is currently the top European electric utility by market capitalisation and the global leader in renewable energy. A position built on values and firm commitments External link, opens in new window. External link, opens in new window., with a corporate culture based on integrity and transparency, and with ethical behaviour at the forefront of its business model and decision-making chain.

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