In line with the company's mission and vision, the strategic decisions are based on an analysis of the main trends for 2030, determined by the achievement of the growth and sustainable development objectives established in the Strategic Plan:

  • energy transition: growing competition will accelerate the consolidation process already in motion. Technological progress will produce smarter networks, generating new business models, while the expansion of renewable sources will drive greater thermoelectric flexibility;
  • sustainable resources: the circular economy will become increasingly dominant, creating new scenarios in the waste treatment sector. Water resource management will entail technological innovation and high investments. The gap to be bridged in energy efficiency will open up new opportunities, while district heating will become increasingly characterised by the convergence between renewable sources and digitisation;
  • technological revolution: machine learning algorithms will change the way we face operative costs and credit management, while digitisation will create new ways of relating with customers and suppliers;
  • the central role of the customer: it will change the paradigm from passive user to active prosumer, completely digital, thanks to the development of distributed generation; e-mobility, shared mobility and autonomous driving will change the way in which we move and how distances are perceived.



Based on these macro-trends, the Business Plan outlines six strategic pillars.


The Business Plan defines explicit sustainability objectives and targets grouped into five focus areas. These targets determine a commitment to produce tangible results consistent with 8 of the 17 targets to be achieved by 2030 according to the UN Agenda (SDGs). A commitment that Iren Group ensures, investing over the next 6 years about 2 billion euros in projects and initiatives that have a direct impact on the SDGs


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