- Business divisions
ACCIONA operates in two main business lines: Energy and Infrastructure. It also conducts other business detached from its main activity.
ACCIONA is at the forefront of R & D and is one of the leading construction companies in the world
ACCIONA is one of the leading companies in the private development of infrastructures worldwide, both in terms of number of projects and turnover.
ACCIONA 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 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 is the biggest global energy company operating exclusively in the renewable energy sector, present in over 20 countries on five continents. It works significant with five technologies: wind, solar photovoltaic, hydroelectricity, biomass and solar thermal
ACCIONA has developed other lines of business including financial services, fund management and stock broking through Bestinver, the production of top quality wines by Grupo Bodegas Palacio 1894 and housing development by Inmobiliaria, among others.
The highway over the fjord between Frederikssund and Roskilde is ACCIONA’s first project in Denmark. It will improve road traffic in the city of Frederikssund
In the vastness of the Atacama Desert, the most arid desert on the planet, a sea of photovoltaic panels emerges in the of commune of Vallenar, where the sun shines 320 days a year.
They will be the longest rail tunnels in Scandinavia, the main feature of the Follo Line, Norway’s biggest transport infrastructure project to date.
ACCIONA’s biggest wind farm in the US
The biggest photovoltaic plant by ACCIONA in the world - and the PV plant producing the most electricity in Africa
Design, construction and subsequent operation and maintenance for a period of 10 years.
This project consists of the renovation of the water distribution network in the city of Saint John in the province of New Brunswick in northeast Canada.
The world's biggest wastewater treatment plant (WWTP)
Every day since May 2015, 20,000 drivers have driven through the Legacy Way tunnel, an underground mega-infrastructure formed by two parallel tunnels, 4.6km long and 12 meters in diameter.