Arañuelo III, the first photovoltaic plant in Spain with a storage battery

Iberdrola has commissioned the Arañuelo III photovoltaic plant (40 MW), which is the Spain's first photovoltaic project to feature a storage system, in this case a 3 MW battery with 9 MWh of storage capacity.

Key Points

  • Diversity and inclusion.

    Diversity and inclusion

    We carry out different actions to ensure diversity and inclusion for our workers, customers and suppliers, and to progress towards a more diverse and inclusive society.


  • Green Recovery.

    Green Recovery

    The economic and employment recovery after COVID-19 has to be green, which is why we are pressing for the adoption of a new social-economic model which is climate-neutral, resilient, sustainable and inclusive.


  • Startup Challenge. EV Fleet Assesment Tool.

    EV assessment tool

    We launch this challenge to develop a web tool to help fleet operators to assess feasibility, costs and benefits of converting their fleets to electric solutions.


  • European Mobility Week.

    European Mobility Week

    On the occasion of European Mobility Week (16 to 22 September), Iberdrola group ratifys its commitment to sustainable mobility and electric transport.


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