Iberdrola strengthens its leadership by adding renewable capacity by9.2 worldwide in 2021
In line with its investment strategy, the company exceeds MW of renewable energy, with growth in all crucial countries • Clean energy investment boosts renewable energy product by to GWh The Iberdrola group has increased its renewable capacity by9.2 in 2021, to over MW’ green’- specifically38.035 MW. The company has commissioned3.484 MW of new renewables, in line with its strategy grounded on a decarbonised and competitive frugality, as reported moment by the company to the Spanish National Securities Market Commission (CNMV). The group strengthens its global leadership in wind energy, with a increase in onshore wind capacity to19.376 MW. Offshore wind, meanwhile, reached MW installed. Hydropower increased by7.7 with 985 MW of new capacity, reaching13.849 MW in the period. Iberdrola’s photovoltaic capacity also grew explosively in the period, adding by 63-with MW of new installed capacity-and exceeding3.000 MW at the end of the time 2021. Battery storehouse systems have an installed capacity of 193MW.The Iberian Peninsula is the region where the company has increased its renewable capacity the most, with MW of new renewables-56 of the total installed capacity in 2021-to reach19.210 MW green, substantially driven by the Tâmega complex design-where it has started up the first group of the Gouvães hydroelectric factory-and the development of 986 MW of new photovoltaic capacity, especially with the objectification of the Francisco Pizarro photovoltaic factory with 516 MW and Arenales, with 150 MW. Iberdrola’s renewable capacity has also bettered in all the countries where the company operates United Kingdom (5), United States (), Brazil (31.2), Mexico (1), and the rest of the world, whose renewable capacity has grown by 26. Investments in clean energy have also boosted the company’s clean energy product, which grew by8.7 to green GWh. In total, the company’s product has increased by4.8 to129.331GWh.CO2 emigrations continue to fall In line with its commitment to a long- term environmentally and economically sustainable model, Iberdrola continues with its commitment to reduce its contaminating emigrations. At the end of 2021, 81 of the group’s installed capacity at global position was emigration-free ( compared to 79 the former time) and 75 of its global product in 2021 was emigration-free (in Europe this figure formerly exceeds 87). Iberdrola therefore continues to make progress in its intention to reduce its emigrations intensity to be carbon neutral by 2050. These objects are aligned with the group’s commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 docket. The company is fastening its sweats on two of them point 7-affordable and clean energy-and point 13- climate action.