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January 20 (Renewables Now) - Finnish telecom operator Elisa, US data centre and cloud computing services firm Markley, UK-based chemicals group Ineos, and Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplier Novatek have recently signed power purchase agreements (PPAs) for green electricity.
Our latest round-up starts, as usual, with the most recent corporate PPA announcements covered by Renewables Now. You can also get it straight in your inbox by subscribing here: https://newsletter.renewablesnow.com/corporate-ppa
London-based investment platform Renewable Power Capital (RPC) has secured a corporate off-taker in Finnish telecommunications company Elisa Oyj (HEL:ELISA) for its 44-MW Puutikankangas wind farm project in Finland.
US data center facilities and cloud computing services provider Markley Group will procure half of the electricity coming from an 80-MW portfolio of community solar projects in Massachusetts.
The European Commission (EC) opened a public consultation process, seeking feedback on how to improve permit-granting procedures for renewable energy projects and best facilitate PPAs.
Swiss renewables company and energy trader Axpo Holding AG has signed a PPA to off-take close to 300 MWp of solar energy in Poland.
Malaysian engineering company Metronic Global Berhad (KLSE:MTRONIC) said a majority-owned subsidiary would build over 4 MWp of solar PV plants under PPAs it had secured with two corporate customers.
US engineered materials and optoelectronic components supplier II-VI Inc (NASDAQ:IIVI) has signed a contract in China to buy renewable energy for the purpose of supplying its site in Wuxi.
UK-based chemicals group Ineos has clinched a PPA for electricity coming from a 65.5-MW portion of the 487-MW SeaMade offshore wind complex in Belgium.
Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplier Novatek PAO (MCX: NVTK) will procure wind power from Finnish utility Fortum Oyj (HEL:FORTUM) and its joint ventures (JVs) to secure the power requirements of one of its facilities.
French renewable power producer Neoen SA (EPA:NEOEN) and project developer Prokon have entered into an off-take contract to supply Equinix Inc (NASDAQ:EQIX) with electricity from at least 30 MW of wind capacity in Finland.