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.

      ACCIONA Cultura presents inspiring social solution talks “Sustainability matters: a social conversation”

      Social21 May 2023

      The first series of these events at the UNWTO in Riyadh highlights the importance of being net po...

      ACCIONA Cultura launches “Sustainability matters: a social conversation”

      Social4 May 2023

      The goal of these new series of talks is to create positive social impact promoting culture throu...

      ACCIONA partners with Ørsted to develop offshore construction solutions

      Transport26 Apr 2023

      INNOVATION: The agreement covers, among other areas of cooperation, the technological development...

      ACCIONA introduces low emissions recycled steel in its works to cut emissions by 40%

      Transport4 Apr 2023

      The project will eliminate over 40% of the emissions linked to the product and will avoid the rel...

      ACCIONA wins the “excellence in digital planning and design implementation for the year” award at the me digital construction awards

      Water27 Mar 2023

      The company has been awarded for the development of a predictive model that improves the operatio...

      ACCIONA implements ‘Minerva’, a tool that provides sustainability metrics for every single corporate project.

      Corporate23 Mar 2023

      ACCIONA accelerated in 2022 the development of its 2025 Sustainability Master Plan (2025 SMP) wit...

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