- Decarbonisation brings with it a redesign of Iren's plant capacity and takes the form of the development of 3 GW of new renewable capacity (solar, onshore and offshore wind and energy communities) and the divestment of thermoelectric assets not functional for district heating.
- The circular economy underpins the management approach of the environment sector through a high focus on the quality of collected waste, which will reach 76% separate collection in our legacy regions, and high energy and material recovery, which, through plant development aimed at bridging the country's infrastructure gap, will reach 3.6 million tons of recovered waste, more than doubling current quantities.
- The range of services for the territory and communities will be expanded to include energy efficiency and electrification and a strong acceleration in investments aimed at the ecological transition of the territories in which Iren operates. In addition, Iren will share its know-how to support the national system in the country's energy transition and independence.
- The preservation of natural resources through the development of network assets adapted to the highest quality standards: greater efficiency and lower resource consumption through reduced water loss, recovery of purified water, and lower gas and electricity consumption, as well as prevention of hydrogeological disruption.