Iberdrola, is ready for its first participation in KEY - The Energy Transition Expo, the reference event in Italy for energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies and solutions. The appointment is set at the Rimini Expo Centre from 28 February to 1 March 2024.

Expectation is high for the 17th edition of KEY- The Energy Transition Expo, and Iberdrola is presenting a wealth of innovation and commitment to a sustainable future. The company will present to the audience its achievements and development plans in utility-scale renewable generation, along with a wide range of solutions for corporate decarbonisation. These include integrated industrial self-consumption models, tailor-made PPAs and innovative green hydrogen.

The large 132-square-metre stand, strategically positioned in Hall B2 (Stand 001), is preparing to welcome the many visitors to the exhibition, offering three days of networking and in-depth discussions with key players in the energy transition. In addition, two stand talks promise to be unmissable moments of confrontation: the first, scheduled for 28 February at 3.30 p.m., will be dedicated to the agri-voltaic sector, while the second, scheduled for 29 February at 10 a.m., will focus on the importance and potential of green hydrogen, through the experience gained at international level.

>> In Italy, Iberdrola currently has a portfolio of 115 projects totalling 5 GW. These include the photovoltaic plant in Montalto di Castro (23 MW) already operational, the Montefiascone plant (7 MW) nearing completion and the photovoltaic plant in Tarquinia (33 MW) currently under construction. Another five photovoltaic parks will be added to these, allowing the Group to add more than 400 MW of operational capacity in Italy by 2025.

Iberdrola is already in the field, committed to renewable energy production and driving companies towards climate neutrality. The ecological transition is a tangible commitment, supported by offering tailor-made solutions. With at the heart of the mission is the realisation that decarbonisation is a road that passes above all through companies.