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Iberdrola returns to San Pedro de la Nave after 84 years

Many of us will remember the photo of the Church of San Pedro de la Nave (El Campillo, Zamora, Spain), built in the 7th-8th centuries, from our textbooks, where it was described as one of the ...

The inside story on building the Koudiet combined cycle power plant in Algeria

Projects are made by people. Of course, the necessary tools are also required, but to attain the common goal of completing a piece of work, a huge degree of personal involvement is needed. Now that ...

Positive aspects of CO2

My name is Elías Rodríguez and I’m in charge of the Chemistry and Environment area in Iberdrola’s Thermal Generation division.  As you may well imagine, most of my work revolves around CO2, both reducing the ...

The experience of understanding and appreciating the beauty and complexity of our environment by looking after birds

Born and bred in Madrid, my friends always thought of me as a total city girl until my career in Iberdrola led me into an environmental role.  That was what sparked my interest in learning ...

The International Graduate Scheme, an unforgettable experience

Two years ago I was given the chance to join the Iberdrola Group’s first International Graduate Scheme, along with 20 other people.  It was an unforgettable experience for me and for all my colleagues, because ...

A gratifying experience at work

I was once asked in an interview about what day I had felt the most pride in my work. I knew immediately what day to talk about: it was when I was in my early ...

Corporate volunteering, a joint effort

When I joined Iberdrola four years ago and first heard that it was possible to take part in volunteering, I didn’t doubt it for a moment.  My commitment to people with disabilities has always been ...

Remembering a Valued Colleague: Linda Wah U.S. College Scholarship Fund

Whenever I run into a challenging situation in my job as the head of human resources at Iberdrola Renewables in the U.S., there is a short mantra that runs through my mind: WWLD? What would ...

Too Good to Waste

I’ve worked for ScottishPower for nearly 19 years, and in that time have had experience across a number of different parts of the business. In late December 2011 while I was working in Energy Services, ...

I like it, but how much power does it use?

You often listen to customers at dealerships asking what a vehicle’s fuel consumption is. However, this does not happen in the real estate sector. On very few occasions have I come across this question during ...