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Facebook PPA

New PPA makes Facebook Apex Clean Energy’s largest corporate client

Renewable energy developer Apex Clean Energy has announced a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Facebook for approximately 170MW from its Lincoln Land Wind project in Illinois.
US Offshore wind

RWE and European Energy ink 3TWh offtake agreement

Three TWh of green power over seven years is equivalent to the full annual production of 35 modern wind turbines or the annual output of a 400 MW solar plant for the period according to RWE, comparable to the annual consumption of 115.000 homes.
Europe PPA

A PPA per day – 2019’s rise in European PPAs

Corporate renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs), are on the rise in Europe as the continent grows closer to a mature renewables market.
Geronimo National Grid

Geronimo Energy kicks off operation at 200MW South Dakota Wind Farm

Geronimo Energy (Geronimo), a wholly-owned subsidiary of National Grid announced today the start of commercial operations for its Crocker Wind Farm (Crocker), a 200MW wind energy project located in Clark County, South Dakota.
solar energy

Private capital key to unlocking the energy transition in Pacific Islands

Committing private capital to the deployment of renewable energy projects in the Pacific Small Island Developing States (SIDS) has been the focus of a roundtable that kicked off on Monday 25 November 2019 in...
US floating solar

First-ever US floating wind project gets development funding

The University of Maine in the US has been awarded $1.4m in federal funding to support the development of the New England Aqua Ventus 1 floating wind pilot in the Atlantic.

Google makes “biggest corporate purchase of renewable energy in history”

Google has announced its largest renewable energy investment to date

Unilever announces global move to 100% renewable energy use

Unilever has announced its transition to 100% renewable energy, supply across the 5 continents it operates in.
KWh energy tariff

Cambodia project provides Asia’s lowest energy tariff

Electricite du Cambodge has achieved the lowest energy bid of $3.877 per KW/h, the lowest energy tariff in the ASEAN region.
sustainability reporting

RE100 not on track for 2030 corporate clean energy transition says BNEF

Global corporate clean energy initiative RE100, who’s membership is comprised of companies targeting a 100% transition to renewable energy for corporates globally, will need to acquire an extra 189TWh of green power by 2030 in order to meet programme targets.