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...

TEST from Cropo to Energy

Corporate27 Jan 2021

TEST from Cropo to Energy

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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...

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Our projects from another point of view

Tapping into the sea’s potential to provide islands with sustainable drinking water

Islands rank among the regions hit hardest by climate change and water stress. However, as evidenced by the success story of the Canary Islands, desalination technologies offer a promising solution to mitigate the drinking water shortage.

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How 23 wind turbines conquered their epic Peruvian desert journey

Transporting the San Juan de Marcona wind farm components from the Peruvian port of Paracas to its site 150 miles south in the province of Nazca has been a veritable logistical feat. Read on to learn how we did it.

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Solar-powered irrigation: a new partnership between farming and the Sun

ACCIONA Energía has installed the world’s biggest irrigation system to be powered by a solar plant without batteries in Montesusin (Aragon, Spain).

The latest news about sustainability

World Oceans Day 2024: awakening new depths

World Oceans Day is being celebrated on 8 June with the aim of raising awareness of the importance marine environments have on our lives.

The latest news about sustainability

Evolution of climate change: where are we at, and where are we going?

A detailed analysis of climate change progress, extreme weather phenomena and global action to reduce CO2 emissions.

The latest news about sustainability

Water reuse technologies, an ally in the battle against emerging contaminants (ECs)

Biological effects and the consequences of emerging contaminants (ECs) on ecosystems can be mitigated through water treatment.

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AI Meets Sustainability: Eight Game-Changing Innovations for a Greener Future

Managing agricultural irrigation or monitoring biodiversity are examples of the intersection between artificial intelligence and sustainability.

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This "Water Lily" Will Bring Floating Photovoltaics to the Sea

An innovative membrane technology, tested in the Sierra Brava reservoir, paves the way for floating photovoltaics in marine environments.

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AI Reveals Complex Language Patterns in Sperm Whales

Scientists at MIT have turned to AI to understand the language of sperm whales and discovered complex human-like communication systems.

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Aesthetics of workspaces as a source of inspiration

Beauty is a quality that attracts us and delights our senses. Whether it is a dazzling landscape, the expressive face of a person or the delicate shape of a ceramic plate, beauty manifests itself in many forms. Coming from the Greek “Kalia” (beautiful), the concept of beauty implies an inner order that is pleasing to... View Article

We reflect on how a visually stimulating environment can boost creativity and efficiency within your company.

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Maslow’s pyramid: a theory in search of professional and personal fulfilment

Our motivations, both those that have to do with personal issues and professional development, are divided into levels. But in order to desire high goals, there are certain vital needs that we should first have covered. When, for example, we enjoy a safe working environment where we feel confident, we can aspire to more ambitious... View Article

We discuss Maslow’s Pyramid theory in the workplace and how understanding people’s motivations and needs can help to enhance their professional and personal development.

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Sushana Karki: “Our projects place great importance on the sentiments of the community and the history of the area.”

Geospatial manager at ACCIONA Energía Australia. Trained as a plant scientist, she carried her environmental concerns and curiosity into her current role, where she provides GIS input in planning, developing, and constructing renewable energy plants.   From a young age, Sushana Karki was accustomed to seeing the world from high above, almost as if from... View Article

Geospatial manager at ACCIONA Energía in Australia. Trained as a plant scientist, she carried her environmental concerns and curiosity into her current role, where she provides GIS input in planning, developing, and constructing renewable energy plants.

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