- Business divisions
ACCIONA operates in two main business lines: Energy and Infrastructure. It also conducts other business detached from its main activity.
ACCIONA Construction is at the forefront of R & D and is one of the leading construction companies in the world
ACCIONA Industrial comprises three areas of activity, which are leaders in their respective sectors: Industrial, Engineering and Installations, which complement one another and work together with the Group's other business lines: Construction, Water and Energy.
ACCIONA Agua is a water treatment industry front-runner offering the design, construction and operation of drinking water treatment plants, desalination facilities, wastewater treatment plants and tertiary treatment plants for water reuse.
ACCIONA Service is a worldwide services operator for both private- and public-sector customers based on a business model that is ready to handle any one of a range of services or several services simultaneously and their management.
ACCIONA Energy is a major player in the renewable energy market, with a strong presence in over 20 countries on five continents. The company works exclusively with renewable technologies, specifically in five of them — wind, solar PV, solar thermal, hydro and biomass.
ACCIONA has developed other lines of business including financial services, fund management and stock broking through Bestinver, the production of top quality wines by Hijos de Antonio Barceló, freight and passenger's transport by sea through Trasmediterranea and housing development by ACCIONA Real Estate, among others.
One of the largest wind farms in Latin America
A 42km-long roadway, with two lanes in each direction.
The world's biggest wastewater treatment plant (WWTP)
Provider of technical and health cleaning services since 1995
It supervises the operation of 362 electrical production facilities managed by ACCIONA Group, totalling 9,652 MW in 17 countries
Lord Mayor's 2012 Award for Business Innovation.
Ranks among the world's biggest desalination plants
Client since the beginning at the Frankfurt Airport