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Climate Change

The agreements of the COP21 of December 2015 in Paris have defined a new international scenario for containing climate change.

This implies a greater boost to new technologies and the involvement of leading companies in the fight against global warming. 

The challenge for companies is to provide solutions for a transition to a low-carbon economy. Likewise, it is expected that there will be a drive to promote programmes to regulate the trade of emission allowances or carbon taxes. Putting a price on emissions and identifying the emitter are both actions that stimulate the use of renewable energies and help reduce emissions. 

A firm commitment to renewable energies and sustainable construction is essential for the success of this new model. 

Fighting climate change: a strategic priority

ACCIONA sees the fight against the effects of climate change as a strategic priority. This is why the Company’s activities are carried out based on a low-carbon business portfolio which enables us to:

  • Reduce or mitigate the adverse effects of climate change.
  • Decrease atmospheric emissions through mainly renewable generation.
  • Promote energy savings.
  • Respond to global demands regarding renewable energy, sustainable infrastructures, water and services. 

In the same way, ACCIONA also extends its commitment to fight climate change to the entire value chain through: 

  • Collaboration and cooperation with other companies, public institutions, social organisations, suppliers and other stakeholders.
  • Raising-awareness and training.
  • Transparent and comprehensive information on this subject.

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 ACCIONA keeps up its fight against climate change and for environmental protection, committing to becoming a carbon neutral company by 2016
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