Round-up of renewable energy PPA news (Nov 25 - Dec 9)

A turbine at Hornsea One. Image by ├śrsted (orsted.co.uk)

LCL, Amazon.com, Tetra Pak, Johnson & Johnson, Cargill, Metro France, Google and Nestle are among the companies that have agreed to purchase electricity from renewable energy sources in deals announced over the past two weeks.

You can get Renewables Now's corporate PPA round-ups straight to your inbox by subscribing here: https://newsletter.renewablesnow.com/corporate-ppa

-- Co-op Power to tender aggregated PPA for 100 GWh/yr
December 7 - UK energy buying group Co-op Power is launching a tender together with two of its customers to jointly purchase 100 GWh of renewable energy per year.

-- Voltalia inks bundled PPA for 56-MW solar project in France
December 6 - France’s Voltalia SA (EPA:VLTSA) has sealed a corporate PPA with French lender LCL, the retail banking unit of Credit Agricole SA (EPA:ACA), and some of its clients for the output of a 56-MW solar park at home.

-- Eolus expands Swedish wind PPA, sees delay in Norwegian project
December 6 - Sweden’s Eolus Vind AB (STO:EOLU-B) has expanded an existing wind power off-take deal bundle at home to 117 MW.

-- Tetra Pak sources wind power for Argentine factory from Genneia
December 3 - Argentine power producer Genneia SA said it has signed a five-year agreement to supply electricity from its wind farms to Swedish-Swiss multinational food packaging and processing company Tetra Pak.

-- Amazon signs 116 MW of offshore, onshore wind PPAs with Ørsted
December 1 - US e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Danish clean energy group Ørsted A/S (CPH:ORSTED) have signed two new corporate PPAs for a combined 116 MW of offshore and onshore wind capacity.

-- Brazil's Valgroup signs wind PPA with Casa dos Ventos
December 1 - Brazilian manufacturer and recycler of rigid and flexible plastic Valgroup has signed an off-take contract with Casa dos Ventos Energias Renovaveis to buy a portion of the power generated by the 360-MW Babilonia Sul wind park in Brazil.

-- Cargill, Vattenfall to offtake power from 90-MW Dutch wind project
December 1 - Swedish utility Vattenfall AB and US agriculture and food group Cargill Inc announced a partnership with Windpark Hanze, a 90-MW onshore wind project in the Netherlands set to be fully operational in 2023.

-- Air Liquide signs renewable off-take contract in Brazil with Omega Energia
December 1 - French industrial gases supplier Air Liquide (EPA:AI) has signed a long-term contract in Brazil to buy renewable power from local energy company Omega Energia.

-- Boralex inks 15.9-MWp solar PPA with Metro France
December 1 - Canadian renewable power producer Boralex Inc (TSE:BLX) has signed a contract with Metro France calling for the food services provider to buy power from a 15.9-MW DC solar project in France.

-- Johnson & Johnson procures some solar from Ørsted's 518-MW hybrid in Texas
November 30 - US healthcare group Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) has signed a PPA with Denmark’s Ørsted A/S (CPH:ORSTED) to off-take 55 MW of solar power from the Helena Energy Center, a proposed hybrid wind and solar farm complex in Texas.

-- Ørsted secures 50-MW PPA from Google for German offshore wind farm
November 30 - Ørsted A/S (CPH:ORSTED) has inked a corporate PPA with Google for the tech group to buy power from 50 MW of the Danish energy company’s 900-MW Borkum Riffgrund 3 offshore wind project in Germany.

-- Octopus Renewables trust seals PPA for 48-MW wind farm in Sweden
November 30 - Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust plc (LON:ORIT) announced the signing of a 10-year PPA for the output of the 48-MW Ljungbyholm wind farm in Sweden.

-- Nestle Australia to go 100% renewable via CWP wind PPA
November 29 - Swiss food giant Nestle SA (SWX:NESN) will use 100% renewable electricity in Australia after an off-take deal with Australia-based CWP Renewables.

More stories to explore
Share this story
Newsletter
Tags
 
About the author
Browse all articles from Tsvetomira Tsanova

Tsvet has been following the development of the global renewable energy industry for almost nine years. She's got a soft spot for emerging markets.

More articles by the author
5 / 5 free articles left this month
Get 5 more for free Sign up for Basic subscription
Get full access Sign up for Premium subscription
\