We maintain our top score in the world’s most prestigious climate change index, CDP

  • The group chaired by Ignacio Galán has been included for another year in CDP’s A List 2022, leading the way towards a more sustainable future. 
  • Its maintenance once again demonstrates its strong commitment to the highest environmental standards and its commitment to decarbonisation.

Iberdrola maintains its commitment to decarbonisation. The company has remained on the most prestigious climate change index in the world, the CDP, with the highest score. The group chaired by Ignacio Galán has been included in CDP’s A List 2022, thanks to its work in dissemination, awareness, management and, finally, environmental leadership. 

This ranking measures the completeness of disclosure, awareness and management of environmental risks and best practices associated with the environment, such as the setting of ambitious and meaningful targets.

CDP manages the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts. CDP is regarded by the world economy as the gold standard for environmental reporting and has the richest and most comprehensive data on corporate and city actions. 

Iberdrola already has more than 39,000 megawatts (MW) of renewable capacity installed worldwide and expects to exceed 80,000 megawatts by 2030.

In addition to this, the group is included in the main international sustainability indices, including the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, MSCI, Sustainalytics, Bloomberg GEI, Euronext Vigeo Eiris indices, Global100, EcoVadis, etc.


Iberdrola has incorporated the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), defined by the United Nations for the 2030 horizon, into its business strategy and sustainability policy, and is a benchmark for its direct contribution to the global goals, highlighting its contributions in the field of energy and climate change.

The company focuses its efforts on the provision of affordable and clean energy (goal 7) and climate action (goal 13), while contributing directly to ensuring clean water and sanitation (goal 6), has increased its investment in R&D&I activities (goal 9), promotes respect for the life of terrestrial ecosystems (goal 15) and works to build partnerships to achieve the goals (goal 17).

Anticipating the current energy transition by 20 years, the Iberdrola group has committed to invest €47 billion between 2023 and 2025 to drive the energy transition, employment and net zero emissions.

Iberdrola continues to make progress in its commitment to energy self-sufficiency and in its proactive role as an active agent in the fight against climate change. In fact, as part of the Strategic Plan, the company intends to make its growth in renewables and grids compatible with the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2030 in its generation plants and own consumption, and in all its activities by 2040. Iberdrola will also have a net positive impact on biodiversity by 2030. 

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