Sustainable technology that accounts for environmental concerns
The Industrial business line of ACCIONA is a specialist in high-tech EPC/turnkey projects.
It carries out its activities along five lines of business: thermal power generation, hydroelectric and photovoltaic power generation, Oil & Gas, transmission grids and substations, and facilities. ACCIONA has the ability to carry out each stage of these projects: basic and detailed engineering, procurement, construction, assembly, launch, operation and maintenance.
ACCIONA's results in 2018 and how its strategy is able to respond to some of the major global challenges of humanity: Integrated Report, Sustainability Report and Annual Accounts
The Industrial business line of ACCIONA took part in the construction of this 160 MW solar thermal energy plant in the province of Ouarzazate, Morocco. This marks the largest contract awarded to a Spanish company in Morocco.
This EPC/turnkey project is being developed by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) and Masdar (Abu Dhabi's renewable energy company).
Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission (Comisión Federal de Electricidad or CFE in Spanish) awarded ACCIONA a 107 million dollar contract to design, supply, construct, and commission the Baja California Sur V thermal power plant.
First offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in the world.
The Federal Electricity Commission (Comisión Federal De Electricidad or CFE in Spanish) awarded a contract to transport energy generated at Empalme II power plant to the Mexican states of Sonora and Sinaloa.
Vigo's new hospital is the largest health centre investment in Spain to date.
This hydroelectric power plant is on the location of the current San Rafael dam on the Santiago River, in the Mexican state of Nayarit.
ACCIONA designed and constructed the SOGAMA waste-to-energy plant facilities at La Coruña's Cerceda Environmental Complex.
Just 25 km north of the Sishen mine, lies Dibeng, a small town of 8,000 people in the District Municipality of John Taolo Gaetsewe. It is here that ACCIONA led a consortium including the South African company Aveng and two community entities – Soul City and Dibeng Community Solar Energy Trust – in building the Sishen photovoltaic plant. Guided by ACCIONA, Northern Cape province switched on the plant with the biggest photovoltaic production in the whole African continent, on 29 November 2014.