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Iberdrola H1 Results 2020

Iberdrola speeds up investment to €3.58 billion and posts €1.84 billion net profit in the first half, up by 12.2%. 
Ignacio Galán, Group Chairman: “We are making steady progress in our commitment to invest €10 billion by 2020, demonstrating that the only way to a rapid and sustained recovery is the green economy.”

Response to Ofgem's T2 transmission price control draft determination

Responding to Ofgem's T2 transmission price control Draft Determination, ScottishPower CEO Keith Anderson said: “Today's announcement is gravely at odds with the UK Government's ambition to boost investment in green infrastructure to help drive the economic recovery and accelerate Net Zero. It's a massive missed opportunity.

SHAPES, an open window to the World

Earth Optimism by Erik Solheim - Humankind is facing a plethora of crises caused by climate change, but there are still reasons to be optimistic if solutions are launched in the short term.

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ScottishPower's Modern Slavery Statement

ScottishPower is committed to human and labour rights and to eliminating Modern Slavery that could in anyway be connected to our business.

ScottishPower Foundation

The ScottishPower Foundation was established in May 2013 and reinforces our commitment to support charitable work throughout the UK.

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Green Hydrogen

Green hydrogen: an alternative that reduces emissions and cares for our planet

Decarbonising the planet is one of the goals that countries around the world have set for 2050. To achieve this, decarbonising the production of an element like hydrogen, giving rise to green hydrogen, is one of the keys as this is currently responsible for more than 2 % of total global CO2 emissions. Find out how this is achieved and what its impact will be in the coming decades.

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Sustainable infrastructure

Sustainable infrastructure, a must in the fight against climate change

The world will have to invest $90 trillion in sustainable infrastructure by 2030, according to estimates by The New Climate Economy. These investments are crucial not only to renew old equipment in developed countries and bring them in sync with the fight against climate change, but also to bolster green economic growth in emerging markets and developing countries.

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Decarbonisation in the European Union

Electricity with renewables and electrification, essential for the decarbonisation of energy in Europe by 2050

The electrification of transport and residential heating and the obtaining of electricity through renewable energies will be the key factors in decarbonising the European economy by 2050. This is the main conclusion that can be drawn from the study prepared by the consultancy AFRY (formerly POYRY) for Iberdrola, which establishes a roadmap for the energy sector on the continent.

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Green Recovery

Iberdrola committed to the Green Recovery as a path to economic and employment recovery

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

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