Electricity

Our electricity generation capacity stands at 16.9 GW and is based on a balanced, competitive and environmentally-friendly generation mix. Our company’s power generation is aimed at both wholesale and residential consumption. We have a leading position in the markets in which we operate. We are one of the most efficient operators in terms of the operation and maintenance costs of our electricity distribution business.
      
  16.9 GW of electricity generation capacity
      
218 thousand kilometers of network
 
 
      
  7.7 million supply points 
  
      
  25 TWh commercialised
  


Power generation technologies

We hold a leading position in the markets where we operate. We have extensive knowledge of all power generation technologies and of the infrastructure capable of adapting to the needs of every energy model and reality present in each country. 

We have a good position in Spain and Latin America, which enables us to harness power generation investment opportunities. 

Renewables

  4.6 GW

We consider renewable energies (solar, hydro and wind) as an opportunity for the future and for growthin Spain, Mediterranean countries and in Latin America.


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Combined cycles

  9.8 GW

Natural gas combined cycles  aremore efficient than other technologies based on fossil fuels as they produce energy in two phases.
 

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Central de Ciclos Combinados de Sagunto (España)

Nuclear

 0.6 GW


With more than 50 years’ experience managing and operating the Spanish nuclear plants of Almaraz and Trillo

  
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Generation by country


In Spain, we have a generation capacity of 12.0 GW, with significant operations in five technologies: 7.4 GW from combined cycle power plants, 2 GW from hydropower, 2 GW from renewables and 0.6 GW from nuclear.

Our market share comprises 17.4% in non-renewable generation and 2.1% in renewable energy.

At an international level, we operate through Global Power Generation (GPG) with 3.2 GW installed capacity: 2.4 GW from combined cycle power plants (Mexico), 0.2 GW from fuel (Dominican Republic), from 0.1 GW hydropower (Costa Rica and Panama) and 0.5 GW from renewable power (Mexico, Australia and Brazil).

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