Our three hydropower plants in northern Spain have an installed capacity of 700 MW. We also have two combined gas cycle plants in Algeciras, Cádiz and Escatrón, Zaragoza with a joint capacity of 1,650 MW.
The Windfloat Atlantic project is the Iberian Peninsula's first floating wind farm with an expected capacity of up to 25 MW. We've developed this project in conjunction with EDP, and as of January 2020 its first platform is already in operation.
The Valdesolar project, located in Badajoz, is one of the largest photovoltaic solar farms in Spain, with a production capacity of 264 MW. Also, we acquired the Sigma solar project in Cádiz boasting 204 MW.
We have three wind energy projects in Spain: Delta Project with a capacity of 335 MW, located between the Zaragoza and Teruel provinces; Delta 2 consisting of 26 wind farms located between the Huesca, Zaragoza, and Teruel provinces; and PI with a total installed capacity of 225 MW between Palencia and Valladolid.
648,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day
1.852 Mboe of proven reserves
70% of our proven reserves are gas
We support the development of new energy solutions with our main focus on the customer. We employ innovation and technology as key drivers for providing increasingly more efficient and environmentally-friendly solutions.
We have more than 230 electric recharge points distributed all over the country, and we are pioneers in ultra-fast charging stations.
Inspired by elite racing fuel, our fuels offer greater efficiency and savings and lower emissions.
Carbon Tracker has published a report which carries out an in-depth analysis of the climate ambitions of companies in the energy sector. In response to the growing worry of our ability to fight climate change, many companies have set climate objectives that often include net zero emissions targets, but which vary considerably from one business to another, depending on the metrics used and its alignment with the Paris Agreement. Eni, Repsol, and BP lead the ranking, followed by Shell, Toal, and Equinor.