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ACCIONA leads the consortium that will build new Alkimos desalination plant in Perth (Australia)

The plant will have an initial (Stage 1) capacity of 150,000 m³ per day

ACCIONA | SAINZ XE Team achieves its first victory in the opening event of Extreme E 2024

Corporate18 Feb 2024

The new pair of drivers already left a good impression in the first round of the Desert X Pri...

Inauguration of the B-40 section between Olesa de Montserrat and Viladecavalls (Barcelona)

Transport16 Feb 2024

This six-kilometre section connects the town of Abrera with Terrassa and also contributes to the ...

ACCIONA | SAINZ XE Team starts 2024 Extreme E season in Saudi Arabia

Corporate14 Feb 2024

ACCIONA | SAINZ XE Team heads into the new series after completing its best-ever Extreme E season...

Laia Sanz and Fraser McConnell, to race for ACCIONA | SAINZ XE Team in the 2024 Extreme E season

Corporate8 Feb 2024

Extreme E’s fourth season will start in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on the 17th of February.

ACCIONA, ACCIONA Energía ranked in Top 5% of S&P Global’s Sustainability Yearbook 2024

Corporate7 Feb 2024

S&P Global evaluated more than 9,400 international companies from 62 sectors

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The Chilean Chamber of Construction recognizes ACCIONA for its sustainability practices

Obtaining the PRO Seal ratifies ACCIONA’s commitment to the seven Pillars of Sustainability

ACCIONA, recognized for its advances in the composite recycling

ACCIONA has consolidated its position as a leading innovator in composite materials

Bittersweet fourth place for ACCIONA | SAINZ XE Team in the Desert X Prix

Corporate17 Feb 2024
The Spanish team is now fourth in the overall standings with 13 points


3D Printing: Elevating Urban Furniture and Creating Distinctive Spaces

A futuristic bench almost unattainable for traditional techniques created for the Puerta Barqueta real estate development in Seville confirms the potential of architectural 3D printing.

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From zombie viruses to sex-changing lizards: when the climate disorients nature

The planet is warming up and life is losing its atmospheric references. Today we bring you 5 strange occurrences that are already happening in nature due to climate change.

The latest on sustainability

International Clean Energy Day 2024: Moving the world in a sustainable way

Clean energy is on a mission to safeguard the planet while making sure no one gets left behind. Today we talk about the importance of International Clean Energy Day 2024.

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The impact of microplastics in the sea: the case of pellets in Galicia

We examine the nature of pellets, exploring their origin and assessing the environmental and human risks of these microplastics in the sea.

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From Pollution to Solution: Bacteria's Role in Converting Plastic to Spider Silk

Genetic engineering enables bacteria to break down plastic into a high-strength biodegradable silk.

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MIT’s Hydrogen Motorcycle Accelerates Sustainable Mobility

A team of innovative students has unveiled a prototype hydrogen-powered motorcycle, aiming to provide an eco-friendly alternative to traditional gasoline models.

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Building Tomorrow: Exploring the Transformative Role of AI in Architecture

Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the field of architecture, reshaping every stage from initial building design through construction to ongoing maintenance.


Collective memory: the bridge between the past, the present and the organisational future

Memory and learning are two sides of the same coin. Our ability to remember what we’ve experienced equips us with the knowledge we need to make decisions that lead us towards a brighter future. The thought of losing our memory terrifies us, as it feels like losing a piece of who we are. But did... View Article

Collective memory can help reinforce corporate identity and add even more meaning to the work of those who make up an organisation. We reflect upon this notion.


“The more the better”?: Understanding the Recovery Paradox

The more work we have, the more time we spend on it. But the more tired we get, the less we produce. This is known as the “recovery paradox“. Just when we most need to stop, take a break and allow our bodies and minds to recover from the constant stress of work, it’s precisely... View Article

Why do we resist resting when we need it most? Four experts guide us through this paradox of work overload.


Happiness at work: enablers, consequences and the role of the leader

Although “it’s finally Friday” is an oft-repeated refrain that expresses the need to take a break from the tasks that take up most of the week, there are many people who find a real and genuine sense of happiness in their work performance. Who are these lucky ones and how do they do it? What... View Article

Happiness at work is not an abstract concept, but a tangible and measurable reality that can be encouraged through the right strategies.

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