Green energy supplier
As a supplier of green energy (electricity and natural gas), IBERDROLA gives to French people the opportunity to commit to the energy transition through responsible offers, while saving on their energy bills.
- 100% green electricity certified(1)
- 100% green, carbon-offset gas certified(2)
Individuals or professionals can all commit to the planet by subscribing to a fixed-price, non-binding offer of green electricity and/or natural gas. As well as additional insurance, maintenance and repair services to take care of their facilities.
SME-SMI and industrials, whatever the need and the activity, the sales team that operates throughout the whole territory, offers personalized solutions to better anticipate their energy supply and optimize their budget.
(1) 100% green electricity from France : for each kWh of energy consumed by its customers, IBERDROLA buys and has injected 1 kWh of certified renewable electricity into the electricity grid via Guarantees of Origin.
These guarantees of origin come from wind and solar production facilities, and are located in France (since July 1, 2021). The carbon content of electricity from the production facilities that issued these guarantees of origin is 15.6gCO2 eq/kWh for wind and 55gCO2 eq/kWh for solar (calculated with Ademe factors). As an indication, in 2020, these guarantees of origin came from hydraulic (52%) and wind (48%) production installations located in Spain.
(2) For each tone of CO2 emitted by its customers' natural gas consumption, Iberdrola undertakes to purchase carbon credits to finance environmental protection projects.
Wind farm - Bay of Saint Brieuc
Ailes Marines is a simplified limited company (SAS), 100% owned by IBERDROLA.
Winner in April 2012 of the tender No. 2011/S 126-208873 for the offshore wind farm project of the Bay of Saint-Brieuc in Brittany, Ailes Marines is in charge of the development, construction and operation of the offshore wind farm.
The wind farm, which is forecast to be commissioned in 2023, will have 62 8MW Adwen turbines and a total capacity of 496 MW. The turbines are distributed over a 75 km2 area, with the closest to land over 16,3 km from the coast. The expected electricity production will be 1,850 GWh, the equivalent of the consumption of 835,000 consumers, including central heating.
Once operational, in 2023, it will become the company's fourth such facility after West of Duddon Sands , located in the Irish Sea; Wikinger, in the Baltic Sea - both facilities are now running - and East Anglia ONE, in the southern North Sea, which will be one of the world's largest offshore wind farms.
Project website: www.eolienoffshoresaintbrieuc.com