Operating data

Installed renewable capacity in Iberdrola Energía Internacional S.A.U. at the close of the Nine months 2021 reached the 2,142 MW mark, broken down by technology as follows:


Iberdrola Energía Internacional S.A.U. MW
Onshore wind 1,736
Offshore wind 350
Solar 31
Batteries 25
Total 2,142


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

As regards onshore wind power technology, the 4 MW Sarakatsaneika I wind farm and the 16 MW Pyrgari wind farm, both situated in Greece, have recently gone on stream.

In the Third quarter 2019, Iberdrola was allocated 186 MWdc of solar PV capacity in the renewables auction held in Portugal.

Offshore wind farms continue to be developed in France and Germany:

  • In France, the Saint-Brieuc project began preparation work for the laying of foundations in the first half of 2021. The joint venture Navantia-Windar has been selected as preferred supplier of the wind farm foundations, while the process to select the other suppliers will be completed over the rest of this year. The agreement between Iberdrola and Navantia will provide jobs to more than 2,000 people.

Saint-Brieuc Project.

  • The Baltic Eagle and Wikinger Süd projects continue. Work to design the primary structure are coming to an end and the environmental impact assessment prior to construction is progressing as planned. The wind turbine supplier has been selected and all the tendering processes for manufacturing and installing the main wind farm components such as the offshore substation, structures on which the turbines will be installed and the connection cables are under way and on schedule.

Baltic Eagle Project.

Onshore wind power is broken down per country as follows:

IEI's onshore wind installed capacity. Onshore wind installed capacity has totalled 1,736 MW.

Renewable production at the close of the Nine months 2021 reached 3,205 GWh, up 40.8 % from the close of the Nine months 2020, with the following breakdown by technology:


Iberdrola Energía Internacional S.A.U. GWh
Onshore wind 2,386
Offshore wind 812
Solar and other 7
Total 3,205


With respect to the same period of the previous year, production increased in onshore wind (+75.3 %), due to the addition of power after the acquisitions in Australia and France, as well as in solar photovoltaic (+4.8 %), and decreased in offshore wind (-10.7 %).

More information on the operating data of the aforementioned businesses of the Iberdrola Group by country is available in the Nine months 2021 Results Report [PDF] and the Nine months 2021 Results Presentation [PDF].