Our global presence


to support Middle East Growth


One of Middle East's most trusted providers of water, construction and energy infrastructures


We provide sustainable solutions to the global challenges facing humanity



We are a global group that develops and manages sustainable infrastructure solutions, especially in renewable energy. Our business spans the entire value chain, from design and construction through to operation and maintenance.

Our goal is to lead the transition towards a low-carbon economy, bringing technical excellence and innovation to all of our projects to design a better planet. We are committed to contributing to the economic and social development of the communities in which we operate.

At ACCIONA we are championing a different way of doing business that promotes the welfare of society and the planet, going beyond economic interests. We invest in sustainable projects that make the world a better place.

    Pioneers in water, transport and energy infraestructure

    Our presence in Middle East

    ACCIONA opened its first Middle East office in Dubai in 2008. Since then, the country has been the center point from which it has developed its business activities throughout the Gulf region and other Arab countries.

    ACCIONA has been awarded several water facilities in United Arab Emirates, with locations in Dubai and Fujairah, such as the Fujairah1 reverse osmosis desalination plant, with a capacity of 136,000 m3/day and the 181,000m3/day desalination plant in Dubai.

    Through its Construction division, ACCIONA is extending the Dubai Metro Red Line for Expo 2020 and modernizing the Red and Green Lines.

    In addition, the company is building one of the largest photovoltaic plants in the world, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park (Phase III), in Dubai.

    ACCIONA Producciones y Diseño, which specializes in museography and events, also has a presence in the Middle East and North Africa region, especially Dubai.

      Get to know our projects

      ACCIONA, recognised in the PFI Awards for the contract for the financing, construction and operation of three wastewater treatment plants in Saudi Arabia

      Water27 Dec 2022

      ACCIONA has been recognised for a further year in the PFI Awards, one of the most prestigious in ...

      CDP: ACCIONA ranks among world's most sustainable companies

      Corporate15 Dec 2022

      The organization, which sets a global benchmark in sustainability analysis, evaluated more than 1...

      ACCIONA’s project Dubai Metro Route 2020, chosen as ‘Sustainable Construction Project of the Year’ in the Big 5 Construction Impact Awards

      Transport12 Jul 2022

      These awards recognize sustainable development, technological and digital achievements in the con...

      ACCIONA develops an app that ensures full control of the entire concrete process to reduce co2 emissions

      Transport28 Nov 2022

      The objective of this new technology is guaranteeing the top quality of the concrete we deliver t...

      ACCIONA | Sainz XE team finishes third in Extreme E 2022 championship

      Corporate28 Nov 2022

      Extreme E closes an edition in which spectators have raised awareness of the climate impact on fo...

      "Integrating sustainability and finance is proving incredibly effective for ACCIONA”

      Corporate11 Nov 2022

      The integration of the Sustainability and Finance areas is having an "incredibly effective" resul...

      Latest advances and curiosities in technology

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      The “air-to-water” dispenser, presented at the latest CES show, produces drinking water at home without needing to connect to water mains.

      Latest advances and curiosities in technology

      We Have a Lift-Off: Maple Seeds Teach a Drone How to Fly

      An innovative micro drone emulates the efficiency of maple seeds, which travel by spinning like helicopter blades, in a new biomimicry case.

      Latest advances and curiosities in technology

      Fixed or Floating, Offshore Wind Could Be the Future of Renewable Energy

      Increased wind intensity and regularity, along with low visual impact, are driving the deployment of offshore wind energy.