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ACCIONA opens corporate office in Auckland

On Monday 14 June, ACCIONA celebrated a significant milestone with the opening of a corporate off...

ACCIONA | SAINZ XE Team gears up for second Extreme E race in Dakar's Lac Rose

Corporate27 May 2021

New competition: Extreme E is the first championship that will promote the fight...

Federation University to build Australian-first renewable energy training tower

Energy27 Apr 2021

Federation University Australia is set to build Australia’s first wind turbine training tower in ...

ACCIONA places "Sustainable Regeneration" at the core of its activities

Corporate22 Apr 2021

The new plan seeks a net positive impact across four areas: climate, biodiversity, circular econo...

MacIntyre Wind Farm receives approval for development

Energy20 Apr 2021

ACCIONA’s MacIntyre Wind Farm has achieved a significant milestone, with development approval gra...

The ACCIONA|SAINZ XE TEAM finishes third in the first Extreme E Prix Semi-Final

Corporate4 Apr 2021

Carlos Sainz and Laia Sanz reached the fourth place in the Desert X Prix, which gives th...

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Emission targets in Australia and reef health - what does it all mean?

Energy11 Jun 2021
Strength in numbers. The Paris Agreement is a treaty consisting of 196 countries who have committed ...

First Nations business builds legacy on Bruce Highway

Transport28 May 2021
A First Nations business in South East Queensland is celebrating a milestone contract on ACCIONA’s B...


Transport25 May 2021
Coleman Rail, a subsidiary business of ACCIONA, is currently accepting applications for their mid-se...

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Water reuse techniques

More people are sharing less and less water. This is precisely why one of the fundamental objectives for our planet is water recycling and reuse.

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Ten questions and answers about green hydrogen

Do you still have questions about green hydrogen's potential and its role in energy transition? We have all the answers for the things that are still on your mind. 

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Is the world ready for a 100 % renewable energy model?

We are convinced that the transition to a renewable energy model is the only way forward if we want to maintain life on the planet as we know it

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Sharing the mental burden of the household: a new revolution

There are activities that are so invisible that they may even be invisible to the person who performs them. This is the case for the cognitive dimension of housework, one of the most successful sociological concepts of recent times. The aim of this article is to present the concept, to unmask it, and to suggest... View Article

Anticipating problems, identifying alternatives, making decisions or monitoring progress are all invisible tasks with a mental burden that, in most cases, falls on women.

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Two-way questions on work-life balance during job interviews

All that is at stake in a professional job interview can lead to the interviewee falling prey to nerves and wasting the opportunity. Talking too much, not being specific in their answers, and even being too cautious in their replies. And in the case of the interviewer, they may make the mistake of not presenting... View Article

There are tools and techniques to overcome misgivings and mistrust when dealing with work-life balance guarantees during the process of looking for new job opportunities.

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Gender inequality in old age: the pension of women

If the gender pay gap is worrying, the pension gap between women and men should be even more so. While wage differences are around 16% on average in the European Union according to data from the European Commission (2019), the differences in pensions widen to 35%, with the lowest difference in Estonia (3.1%) and the... View Article

The quality of life of older people also depends on their financial income, obtained through pensions after retirement. Women’s pensions are, on average, lower than those of men. The key to ending gender inequality in pensions starts in the workplace.


After 60 years working on a vast array of projects across Australia, we say thank you and goodbye to one of our scr…


A major milestone has been reached on the @westconnex M4-M5 Tunnels project! The team witnessed two roadheaders s…


Like this if you love this amazing sunrise image taken by Site and Project Controls Engineer, Nick Mason from our M…


CSIRO confirms that solar and wind are still the cheapest sources of new-build electricity! ⚡️