Policy and market signals could see UK capture 22TWh opportunity from helping corporates meet clean energy pledges, London event hears.
Voltalia’s 143MW new trio will supply state rail group SNCF under 25-year PPA, billed as 'unprecedented' in nascent subsidy-free market.
Wood Mackenzie: Continent will grow to install annual 20GW within three years but shift to auctions and merchant exposure will see profitability come under pressure.
De-risking purchases could fuel clean energy momentum in EU’s top PV market, lagging behind others embracing subsidy-free renewables.
Amazon, Facebook and Google among those backing industry calls on European Commission to take countries to task over lack of PPA policies.
Coffee giant taps LevelTen platform to buy 146MW of solar and wind in North Carolina, Texas and the US Southwest, with plans for supply to begin in 2021.
Tech giant turns to First Solar Series 6 modules to power Eagle Mountain facility with 122MW installation, backed through PPA with PacifiCorp unit.
Developer signs 25-year agreement with retailer Boulanger Group for first 5MW of solar PV, with plans to add further renewable plants in the future.
Industry must work with governments and companies to fight bureaucracy and costs holding back renewable purchases, BayWa survey finds as Intersolar kicks off.
IPP makes financial investment decision for its first ever scheme for group of corporate offtakers, a 130MW plant in Durango.
Firm’s Iberian unsubsidised portfolio hits 116MW mark after signing deal for 10MW PV cluster to supply power to corporate’s steel mills.
Agreements combining solar and wind to become a reality given their ability to mitigate intermittency costs, says WBCSD report.
Innogy to build 57MWp in fresh capacity in Canada's Alberta, Terra Solar’s Waterford project survives council pushback, Better Energy lands corporate deal in Denmark with fashion group Bestseller.
The corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) market is currently struggling from a “large gulf” in understanding that standardised contracts could solve, but the industry is still a “long way off” from introducing them.
Tech giant Google has signed its first power purchase agreement in Asia, according to a statement from the company released on Tuesday evening.