THE ACCIONA | SAINZ XE TEAM accelerates towards sustainable mobility in Sardinia
The team led by Carlos Sainz and Laia Sanz will compete in the double Island X Prix Extreme E race on 6-7 and 9-10 July.
Nineteenth century planet vs. today's planet, in pictures
ACCIONA & PhotoEspaña are committed in this exhibition to artistic dialogue as a reflection on the role of human beings in relation to nature.
Great challenges are what make the world go around
Discover the initiatives we support
Initiatives we support
ACCIONA, Carlos Sainz and QEV Technologies have joined forces to create the ACCIONA | SAINZ XE Team to participate in the Extreme E, an electric all-terrain championship to be launched in March 2021 by Alejandro Agag.
At ACCIONA, we see culture as a fundamental element in generating a positive impact on people and the planet. This year's edition features Sebastiao Salgado and the Royal Collections: encounters around landscape photography.
We have become a global partner of Homeward Bound, the international leadership program for women in scientific and technological fields, specializing in sustainable development and the battle against global warming.
We support the Inspiring Girls Foundation which, under the slogan "Girls without limits: the energy of the future", seeks to enable girls to pursue their personal and professional aspirations without being guided by gender stereotypes.
ACCIONA is extending its leading role in global decarbonisation and regeneration to elite sporting events by making the Open de España the first golf tournament on the European Tour with a positive impact.
The 100% EcoPowered has become the only zero-emissions vehicle ever to complete the Dakar Rally, overcoming the hardest-ever version of the race yet to take place in South America. It has also become the first electric vehicle to twice complete another FIA world championship race, the Morocco Rally in 2015 and 2016.
Art and Sustainability is an itinerary conceived to encourage sustainable thinking with the permanent collection of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain.
ACCIONA and National Geographic have joined to boost the fight against climate change with ACCIONA supporting the launch of new episodes of the series “Years of Living Dangerously” in Canada, Australia, Chile, Mexico and Spain.