ACCIONA to triple its electric motorcycle fleet in Rome

Social27 Jan 2021

The company will triple the number of available motorcycles from 500 to 1,700 units starting Sept...

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The company scored 91 points out of 100, and ranked third in the overall global ranking, behind M...

ACCIONA wins €560 million railway contract in the Philippines

Corporate28 Sep 2020

It is the second contract awarded to the company for the construction of th...

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Corporate23 Sep 2020

The company continues to grow in Chile with the construction of the new Mal...

ACCIONA is leading IBEX35 company for sustainability reporting in ECOACT ranking

Corporate23 Sep 2020

The company scored 91 points out of 100, and ranked third in the overall global ranking, behind M...

José Manuel Entrecanales takes part in the annual United Nations Global Compact conference

Corporate22 Sep 2020

"Achieving 72% of the SDG requires investment in infrastructure."

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BR - Water as a source of development

acciona.org works to make simple changes to communities around the world for a better life. At acciona.org we facilitate access to safe drinking water and sanitation, in an affordable and sustainable way for developing communities.

Our projects from another point of view

BR - Bringing the coast back to life

La Chira wastewater treatment plant, built and operated by ACCIONA, serves 2.5 million inhabitants in Lima and contributes to the environmental, economic and social regeneration of the city

Our projects from another point of view

Sustainable regeneration: the art of improving without altering

Below we look at some of the communities that have benefited from the energy, water and sanitation programs of the acciona.org foundation - and can testify that the lives of people are being improved while as far as possible respecting their identities and the surroundings they live in.

The latest news about sustainability

COP27 creates a fund for vulnerable countries, but doesn’t address fossil fuels

COP27 did not increase the ambition to reduce the use of fossil fuels, but has created a fund to repair the damage caused by climate change

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The machinery of delay now masking as climate change denial

Climate change denial has gone from rejecting scientific evidence to dodging taking urgent measures to halt global warming

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The race to develop green hydrogen - a sustainable challenge

The race to produce green hydrogen has begun - with several world powers competing to lead the field

The latest news about innovation

Nighttime Solar Power? A New Sensor Lights the Way

An innovative technology expands the potential of solar energy to produce electricity even at night.

The latest news about innovation

Weaving the Future: A Step Closer to Smart and Wireless Clothing

Researchers use metamaterials to create long-range, battery-free wireless transmitters that could revolutionize the smart clothing industry.

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3D Printing with Sound Is Making Waves

Ultrasounds like those used to remove tumors will be applied to 3D printing with waves to manufacture sensors or even organic implants.

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Emotional intelligence and a healthy work culture

Who wants to work in a hostile work environment where emotional intelligence and empathetic leadership are conspicuous by their absence? Toxic and unhealthy work environments provide companies with more costs than benefits. What will I read about in this article? What makes a work environment hostile? The costs of a hostile work environment How to... View Article

Lack of emotional intelligence and empathetic leadership are the perfect enemy of a healthy working environment for teams. Let´s reflect on this.

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The imposter syndrome is exacerbated by teleworking – can we avoid it?

Do you ever feel that you’re occupying a place that’s not yours? It’s as if you’re fooling everyone because no one realises that this position, this promotion or this recognition is not really yours. And it seems that only you realise it. What’s happening to you has a name: imposter syndrome. And with the introduction... View Article

Ending imposter syndrome while teleworking requires more communication and positive reinforcement from leaders.

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A brief history of the evolution of women’s voice in the workplace

Journalists, politicians, women in podcasts and the media, women publishing books, articles, making films, series… Fortunately, (although not in all countries or cultures equally) more and more women are occupying a place in public discourse, The road to leadership positions has been long. In this article we wanted to draw a brief history of how... View Article

It has not been easy for women’s voices to be heard, especially in areas of power or in the workplace.

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RT @ALEJAND78010925: .@ACCIONA_EN protects water at every stage of its life cycle to ensure the provision of quality water and its sustaina…

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RT @esdnews: Australia's—and the Southern Hemisphere's—biggest wind farm is about to double in capacity, with @ACCIONA_EN announcing it wil…

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Climate change denial has gone from rejecting scientific evidence to dodging taking urgent measures to halt global… https://t.co/RF3c5qvRDL

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We are proud to announce that @ACCIONAEnergia has commenced development activities for the Herries Range WF to add… https://t.co/aNLFwcyhfT

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RT @ACCIONACareers: Do you ever feel that you’re occupying a place that’s not yours? 𝗜𝗺𝗽𝗼𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝘀𝘆𝗻𝗱𝗿𝗼𝗺𝗲 seems to have increased with the int…

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Our Water CEO @JoseDiazCaneja will be this Thursday at the IWA Digital Water Summit congress in Bilbao, Spain, givi… https://t.co/Ck1b8HHu6V

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