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Wind and solar could power business all over Europe

The private sector accounts for around half of Europe’s electricity consumption. Powering corporate consumers with renewable energy could deliver massive reductions in CO2 emissions, save businesses money and make it easier for people to invest in renewables. Large energy consumers such as chemical and aluminium producers, ICT and food & drink companies gathered in Brussels today […]

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PPAs – the new frontier for green energy

Corporate renewable Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) are the next big thing in the energy sector. Allowing corporates and industrial consumers to secure a supply of green electricity at a competitive price, they have the potential to deliver massive reductions of CO2. PPAs have numerous economic benefits for wind energy generators and the wider industry. They […]

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Will Europe miss the renewable PPA revolution?

OPINION | Europe’s failure to embrace the potential of corporate renewable PPAs could be a huge mistake, says Aurélie Beauvais. Corporate renewable energy (CRE) has been at the top of the global agenda in recent years, particularly in the US, where large corporations such as Google and Amazon have increasingly been signing long-term power-purchase agreements […]

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Corporate PPAs can be an all-round win for producers and users

Originally posted on: Corporates and industrial power users are playing an increasing role in driving wind deployment but challenges remain before the market can reach its full potential, says Pierre Tardieu by Pierre Tardieu 19 July 2017 The likes of Google, Norsk Hydro and Facebook are leading the growing trend of major companies looking to […]

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Google signs new PPA with Eneco

As the energy transition gathers pace, more and more corporates are procuring their energy from renewable energy suppliers. Just last week came the announcement of Google’s second power purchase agreement (PPA) with Eneco, one of the leading electricity providers in the Netherlands. Under the terms of this PPA, Google will have exclusive access to all […]

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Large energy consumers hungry for green power

Google, Norsk Hydro and Facebook are leading the growing trend of major companies looking to secure reliable and competitive power from renewable energy and reduce the risks associated with fossil fuel-based power supply. 100 top companies including leading industrial players are already committing to procure 100% renewable power in the short term through Power Purchase […]

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