Operating data

Rest of the world renewable installed capacity at the end of the Fiscal Year 2022 totalled 2,657 MW, 17.5% more than in the same period of the previous year, broken down as follows:

 

Rest of the world MW
Onshore wind 1,885
Offshore wind 350
Solar 348
Batteries 75
Total 2,657

 

The country-by-country breakdown of installed renewable capacity, as well as other information, is available on the company's facilities map.

The Port Augusta hybrid project in Australia has completed commissioning and entered the commercial operation phase. 

In terms of photovoltaic solar technology, in Portugal, the Conde photovoltaic plant (14 MW), located in the Setúbal district, in the town of Palmela, has been commissioned. Work also continues in Portugal on the Alcochete I and II photovoltaic plants (46 MW), where the installation of modules has been completed. In Australia, the installation of photovoltaic modules continues at the Avonlie project (245 MW). This work will continue into the first few months of 2023.

In onshore wind, works at the wind farms in Greece are progressing, with the commissioning of the Askio III wind farm (50 MW) having been completed. Its commercial operation phase is now under way and the assembly of wind turbines at the Rokani farm (18 MW), in Viotia, has been completed. Work also continues on the Askio II (37 MW) farm, where the assembly of 6 of its 9 wind turbines has already been completed. In Poland, work is still under way on the construction of the Korytnica II wind farm, where 6 wind turbines have been assembled this quarter and commissioning has begun. At the Flyers Creek wind farm (146 MW) in Australia, concrete works on the foundations are continuing.

Installed capacity breaks down as follows by country:

 

Wind and photovoltaic MW
Germany 350
Australia 1,187
Greece 409
Hungary 158
France 118
Portugal 178
Poland 134
Romania 80
Cyprus 20
Italy 23

 

The development of offshore wind projects also continues:

In France, the Saint Brieuc project (496 MW) commenced in 2023 with the installation of the underground cable and the foundations are still being built, which will allow the wind turbines to be put into service incrementally, meaning that the offshore wind farm will be commissioned before the end of 2023.

In Germany, in the Baltic Eagle project (476 MW), the piles and jacket of the substation have now been installed and the substation is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2023. Construction work on the foundations is in its final phase. Monopiles have been completed, while the transition pieces will be completed during the first quarter of 2023 and their installation will commence mid-2023.

In Sweden, to continue its commitment in the country and bolster its presence, Iberdrola has set up a subsidiary (Iberdrola Förnybar Sverige) and continues to develop the Utposten 2 project, through joint collaboration between Svea Vind Offshore and Iberdrola.

In Ireland, DP Energy is working on preparing to apply for MAC (Maritime Area Consent) permits for the three selected projects: Clarus, Shelmalere and Inis, with a total maximum power of 2,600 MW.

In Poland, the award process is expected to complete in 2023 for the different areas in which Iberdrola, together with its partner Sea Wind, is involved.

Renewable production at the close of the Fiscal Year 2022 reached 5,053 GWh, up 11.5 % compared to the same period last year, with the following breakdown by technology:

 

Rest of the world GWh
Onshore wind 3,910
Offshore wind 1,105
Solar PV and batteries 38
Total 5,053

 

By technology, onshore wind production increased (+17.1%) mainly due to new capacity additions, while offshore wind production decreased slightly (-6.6%).

More information on the operating data of the aforementioned businesses of the Iberdrola Group by country is available in the Fiscal Year 2022 Results Report [PDF] and the Fiscal Year 2022 Results Presentation [PDF].