GE Renewable Energy signs PPA for 21 MW of wind in Spain
GE Cypress onshore wind turbine. Picture credit: GE Renewable Energy
Wind turbine manufacturer GE Renewable Energy said today that it has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Spanish renewables developer Forestalia to support a new 21-MW wind farm project in Spain and lower the carbon footprint of its European operations.
The 12-year fixed price PPA will enable GE Renewable Energy to source the equivalent of over 60% of its power consumption across European facilities, as part of its plan to run carbon neutral operations by 2030. In turn, Forestalia will get to install its wind farm in a place called El Coto, in Spain’s Zaragoza province.
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