Expect 7 GW Worth Corporate PPAs In Asia Pacific In 2022
Price Matters, Says Wood Mackenzie In A New Report Exploring RE Procurement Market In Asia Pacific
Wednesday, 09 Nov 2022
Driven by their decarbonization targets and the falling levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) for utility scale, commercial solar and onshore wind vis-à-vis other fuels, corporates in the Asia Pacific region are expected to contract a record 7 GW ren.
10-Year Solar PPA For Air Liquide In Italy
Shell Energy Europe Secures Corporate Solar PPA For 52 GWh Annually In Italy
Thursday, 19 May 2022
French industrial gases and services supplier to various industries, Air Liquide will source 52 GWh solar power annually from Shell Energy Europe Limited (SEEL) to power its industrial and medical gas production operations in North East of Italy.
Saint-Gobain Enters Corporate RE PPA In India
Sembcorp To Supply 33 MW Wind & Solar Power Capacity To Glass Maker
Wednesday, 18 May 2022
Solar glass and construction materials manufacturer Saint-Gobain India has entered a power purchase agreement (PPA) to source wind and solar power from 33 MW capacity from Green Infra Wind Energy Ltd (GIWEL), a subsidiary of Sembcorp Green Infra (SGIL).
Lightsource BP Expands To French Market
British Solar Developer Aims For 1 GW Solar Pipeline In France By 2026
Tuesday, 10 May 2022
Lightsource bp is expanding into the French solar market with a target to produce 1 GW pipeline of large scale power plants by 2026 by participating in public tenders and corporate power purchase agreements (PPA).
Europe’s 1st Developer Initiated RE Tender
BayWa To Launch Tender Offering 10-Year Corporate Contracts For 10 TWh Renewable Energy
Monday, 09 May 2022
German renewable energy company BayWa r.e. says it will launch a tender offering 10 TWh of renewable energy for corporate power purchase agreements (PPA) for a period of 10 years as Europe’s 1st ever tender initiated by a developer.
ReNew Power’s Cumulative Portfolio Now 12 GW+
India’s ReNew Power Signs PPAs For 2 GW Solar; Plans To Deploy Self-Produced Panels
Monday, 02 May 2022
Indian renewable energy independent power producer (IPP) and NADAQ listed ReNew Power has scaled up its total portfolio of renewable energy capacity to 12.1 GW, up from 10.2 GW at the beginning of CY 2022, thanks to the company bagging around 2 GW solar power purchase agreements (PPA).
1st Offsite Solar PPA For Japan’s NTT DOCOMO
Japanese Mobile Phone Operator To Source 100% Solar Power Supply For Network Facilities
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2022
NTT DOCOMO, the Japanese mobile operator, will have its Okayama building in Japan to be completely powered by solar power under a power purchase agreement (PPA) it signed with NTT Anode Energy Corporation (NTT AE) as the company’s maiden offsite contract for renewable energy.
‘1st Sleeving Agreement’ In Bulgaria For Solar
Renalfa Secures Telecom Company A1 Bulgaria For 10-Year Sleeved Power Purchase Agreement
Friday, 11 Mar 2022
Bulgarian clean energy investment company Renalfa AD has entered into what it terms as the 1st sleeved power purchase agreement (PPA) for solar energy in the country, with telecommunication service provider A1 Bulgaria with 10-year duration.
Solar PPA For 381 MW In Brazil
Canadian Solar Secures Brazilian Steelmaker Usiminas As Offtaker For Solar Project
Saturday, 26 Feb 2022
Canada headquartered solar cell and module maker from China, Canadian Solar Inc has identified Latin American steel producer Usinas Siderurgicas de Minas Gerais (Usiminas) as the offtaker of 50% electricity generation from its 381 MW Morada do Sol Project in Brazil.
‘1st’ Solar Power PPA For A Legal Firm Globally
Law Firm DLA Piper Enters Corporate Solar PPA With NextEnergy For 13 MW Solar Power
Monday, 31 Jan 2022
International law firm DLA Piper has signed up for a virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) with NextEnergy Group for a 13 MW solar power plant in the UK, which it claims makes it the 1st law firm anywhere in the world to enter under such a transaction.
Verizon Signs Up For 910 MW RE
7 Renewable Energy Purchase Agreements For American Telecommunications Firm
Monday, 24 Jan 2022
American telecommunications company Verizon has signed renewable energy purchase agreements (REPA) for 7 new solar and wind power projects in the US, representing close to 910 MW capacity, with Leeward Renewable Energy, Duke Energy and Lightsource bp.
LevelTen Energy’s Q4/2021 PPA Price Index
With Renewable Energy Supply Tightening, Prices Under Power Purchase Agreements Going Up
Friday, 14 Jan 2022
Even as renewable energy demand from both public and private sectors goes up, market dynamics including supply chain constraints and grid congestion ensure the supply is limited, leading to a hike in prices for power purchase agreements (PPA), says LevelTen Energy.
23.7 GW Corporate Clean Energy PPAs Signed In 2020
BloombergNEF: Beating COVID-19 Pandemic Related Blues, Year 2020 Saw Corporates Purchase 23.7 GW Clean Energy Led By US Businesses; With Over 5 GW, Amazon Top Corporate Energy Buyer Followed By Total
Monday, 01 Feb 2021
The year 2020 turned out to be the one when the highest amount of clean energy was contracted globally by corporates, totaling up to 23.7 GW clean energy.
German Pharma Company To Get Solar Power In Spain
Iberdrola To Sell Clean Energy From ‘Largest Planned’ Solar PV Plant In Europe, 590 MW Francisco Pizarro Project To Bayer Under 10-Year PPA
Wednesday, 18 Nov 2020
The planned 590 MW Francisco Pizarro Solar PV Project will supply clean energy to Bayer under a 10-year supply agreement with Iberdrola. The Spanish energy company believes the project will start commercial operations in 2022.
Vietnam Mulling Pilot For Corporate Power Purchasers
Ministry Of Industry & Trade Vietnam Contemplating Up To 1 GW Renewable Energy Power Supply To Private Sector Under Corporate PPA Pilot, Says Law Firm Baker McKenzie
Sunday, 09 Feb 2020
Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) proposal for a DPPA pilot in Vietnam initially envisaged up to 400 MW capacity to be allocated but was scaled up to 1 GW due to asks of large power consumers, says Baker McKenzie.
Corporates Send Strong RE Signal To Europe
Over 100 Companies Sign Re-Source Platform’s Declaration Calling Governments In Europe To Make It Easier To Invest In Renewable Energy By Addressing Barriers To Corporate Sourcing
Monday, 26 Nov 2018
Among the various demands of corporates that are part of the RE-Source Platform is the need to be able to sign cross-border renewable energy transactions to maximize opportunities to deploy cost-effective renewable energy solutions.
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