EDPR wind farm in Portugal. Source: EDP Renovaveis SA. License: All rights reserved
Renewable energy producer EDP Renovaveis SA (ELI:EDPR) said on Monday it has inked an off-take deal for 51% of the output of a 70-MW wind farm in Poland.
Under a 10-year power purchase agreement (PPA), glass and glazing systems provider NSG UK Enterprises Ltd will receive electricity from a 35.7-MW portion of an unspecified wind farm owned by EDP Renovaveis.
The PPA will come into force as early as January 1, 2022.
The name and location of the contracted wind farm were not disclosed. The plant is already in operation and will power NSG UK’s European operations, the renewables arm of Portuguese utility Energias de Portugal SA (ELI:EDP) said.
The off-take deal aligns with NSG Group’s sustainability commitments. “Through this project we will source renewable electricity to power our European operations for the next 10 years, delivering against our science based target for carbon emission reduction,” commented Shigeki Mori, CEO of the NSG Group.
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