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Energy firm Iberdrola announces plan for massive floating wind power farm off Spain’s coast

SPANISH energy company Iberdrola wants to spend over €1 billion on a massive floating wind power farm off the coast, so long...

City on Spain’s Costa Blanca runs on 100% renewable energy sources for entire year

ORIHUELA, in the Vega Baja region of Spain’s Costa Blanca South, has just announced that all of the Iberdrola electricity used throughout...

Iberdrola triples its commitment to renewable energy in Andalucia with €1.5bn investment

By Laurence Crumbie IBERDROLA´S chairman, Ignacio Sanchez Galan, has announced that the energy company will increase its renewable facilities...

Zara among most valuable brands in the world, according to new rankings

Zara reigned supreme in 82 position with a value of $17.5 billion and Santander was close behind in 92 with a value of $16.2 billion.

Spanish electricity company Iberdrola files lawsuit against state-owned Bankia

Iberdrola is seeking €12.4 million in compensation

Spanish power provider Acciona named world’s most green company

Acciona tops world list of 100 most eco-friendly utilities

Greenpeace activists dodge jail after Valencia nuclear plant break-in

16 activists were facing the longest jail sentences ever handed to Greenpeace in Spain

Spain’s biggest companies must repay billions of tax break euros

Telefonica, Santander and energy group Iberdrola are among them

Iberdrola opens €2 billion offshore wind farm in West Duddon Sands

The world leading Spanish energy company inaugurated its first offshore project two months ahead of schedule

Sixth of all electricity connections are fraudulent in Spain

Electricity fraud is on the rise in Spain because of the recession

Spanish company increases tidal power

Spanish company aims to make Scotland a key hub for renewable energy


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