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06-03-2015
IBERDROLA SETS NEW CO₂ EMISSIONS REDUCTION TARGET TO BELOW 150 GRAMS/kWh IN 2030

The new objective is a 50% reduction over emissions in 2007  IBERDROLA’s per kWh emissions are already 30% below the average for the European electric utility sector The new objective comes in addition to recent initiatives which include signing an open letter from the CEOs of 43 global business groups urging strong action to achieve [...]

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05-22-2015
IBERDROLA SETS GOAL OF 4 MILLION BENEFICIARIES IN ELECTRICITY FOR ALL PROGRAMME BY 2020

The company publicly announced its goal at the UN SE4ALL Forum, held this week in New York Since the launch of the Electricity for All scheme, the company has connected over 800,000 people to the electricity supply Some of the most important initiatives carried out by IBERDROLA include the Luz para Todos (Electricity for All) [...]

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05-06-2015
IBERDROLA RANKED FIRST IN CDP ELECTRIC UTILITIES “SUPER-LEAGUE”

IBERDROLA has been ranked first in a “Super-League” of European electric utilities compiled by CDP on the basis of their response to the challenges of climate change. The ranking is included in a report ‘Flicking the switch: are electric utilities prepared for a low carbon future’ released recently. The CDP based its findings on the [...]

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04-17-2015
IGNACIO GALÁN FIRMA UNA CARTA ABIERTA A LOS LÍDERES MUNDIALES PARA QUE ALCANCEN UN ACUERDO AMBICIOSO EN LA CUMBRE CLIMÁTICA DE PARÍS

Iberdrola es la única eléctrica española que suscribe esta iniciativa Los CEOs de 43 grandes compañías de sectores industriales y de servicios se comprometen a tomar medidas para contribuir a controlar el calentamiento global Galán: “Esta iniciativa representa un compromiso efectivo en la lucha contra el cambio climático” Iberdrola, a través de su Presidente Ignacio Galán, [...]

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