CLEAN AND RENEWABLE ENERGIES
GOAL 2030: AS MUCH ENERGY PRODUCED AS CONSUMED
We have been generating clean energy for more than a century: this has historically helped us to be more sustainable in our activity. Nowadays, aware of the importance of our consumption, in more initiatives have been developed for the generation of electrical energy through synergistic processes with water management. Currently, we are the company with the highest installed power generation in the Community of Madrid, with a total of 107.33 megawatts thanks to the following facilities:
Thanks to the joint performance of these facilities, in 2021 we broke our historical record for electricity generated. In total 420 million kilowatts hour, equivalent to 87 % of our total consumption. In fact, in February 2021 we broke our historical record for the percentage of energy production over consumption (125 %) and a month later we broke the monthly record for energy production, with more than 43 million kilowatts hour.
Technical cooperation agreement between Canal de Isabel II and UNDESA
Rooted in the United Nations Charter, the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) is in charge of leading the implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda worldwide.
The objective of this agreement is to support the Global Network for Sustainable Energy and Water Sustainability by building and enhancing capacities to enable cross-sectoral approaches, in order to accelerate the successful implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Expected achievements with this agreement:
Increase capacity of both subnational and national government institutions and relevant stakeholders to effectively manage the water-energy nexus and the links with other SDGs.
Improvement of knowledge management and the exchange of best practices on the water-energy nexus and the interrelationship with other SDGs.
Improve the promotion and dissemination worldwide of the water-energy nexus and the interrelationship with other SDGs.
EASY GUIDE TO LOOKING AFTER OUR RIVERS
Every day a multitude of solid waste arrives at our WWTP, which can clog the pipes or even render these treatment plants inoperative, which entails a risk to the environment. Preventing it is up to us.Download guide (Spanish)
NO NEED TO WATER TODAY
With this service you can check the irrigation need in your area at all times. By consulting the need for irrigation based on the rainfall received and expected in your area, you can save a resource as precious as water and, in addition, reduce your bill at the end of the month. Help us take care of water by watering exclusively when necessary.
If you want to know how we establish irrigation criteria, click here.