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Iberdrola

Iberdrola

International company headquartered in Bilbao Spain, together with its subsidiaries Iberdrola distributes electricity and gas worldwide.

Iberdrola, S.A., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the production, switching, and distribution of electricity and gas worldwide. It generates electricity primarily through nuclear, fossil-fuel, and hydroelectric power. The company also engages in the retail of electricity under the tariff systems. In addition, Iberdrola generates electricity from renewable energy sources, as well as engaging in gas storage, and electricity and gas supply activities. Further, it provides telecommunications services, as well as engineering, consulting, and information technology services. Additionally, the company engages in real estate and other related activities.

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Aitor Moso Raigoso

Director of the Liberalized Business

Armando Martínez Martínez

Director of the Network Business

Francisco Martínez Córcoles

General Director of Business (Business CEO)

Ignacio S. Galán

President and CEO

José Sainz Armada

General Director of Finance and Resources (CFO)

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Stanley Reed and Raphael Minder
April 28, 2021
www.nytimes.com
Iberdrola is a leader in wind and solar power, thanks largely to a bet its C.E.O. made 20 years ago.
Energy Transitions Commission
April 26, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- The Energy Transitions Commission (ETC), a coalition of more than 45 leaders from global energy producers, energy industries, financial...
Hazel Davis
April 9, 2021
Business Insider
Because of their work, Insider named the top execs at Fortum and Iberdrola to our annual list of the 10 leaders transforming energy in Europe.
Tim Leberecht
January 26, 2021
Harvard Business Review
Four ways to get better at failing.
Reuters Editorial
June 3, 2020
U.S.
Spanish utility Iberdrola said on Wednesday it will invest up to 4 billion euros ($4.5 billion) over the next four years in France to develop renewable energy.
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