FCC focuses on making the most of its own capacities and synergies in environmental services, urban waste, water, cement and infrastructure.
Some of these divisions, such as Environmental Services and Cement, operate electricity production assets, linking their work in this field with their main area of activity.
In the field of Environmental Services, FCC carries out waste recovery at incineration and biomethanisation plants. In cement, the company is optimising its facilities from an energy perspective in order to maximise waste recovery.
FCC is also looking at developing energy production assets at facilities with land that could be used to harness wind and solar resources.
FCC is seeking to consolidate development of its energy business in Spain and the United Kingdom.
In Spain, FCC operates four solar thermal and photovoltaic plants and over a dozen wind farms. It is present in Galicia, Andalusia, Castile-La Mancha, Castile-León, Aragon and the Valencian Community.
Outside Spain, the company aims to attract stable partners to help continue its development in the renewable energy sector.
In Central and Eastern Europe, Alpine Energy, an FCC subsidiary and leader in the Austrian construction sector, has created two companies to develop wind energy assets in Poland and Romania. Waste Recycling Group, meanwhile, has wind energy projects of between 6 and 20 MW at its landfill sites throughout the United Kingdom.