Energy tech firm Limejump has penned a short-term power purchase agreement with UK solar investor Bluefield Solar Income Fund.
In a UK first, twenty universities have signed an aggregated corporate power purchase agreement (CPPA) that will enable them to source their power from a portfolio of windfarms.
Energy advisory DNV GL has launched a digital marketplace for renewable energy, aiming to connect corporate customers directly with renewable power producers.
Vattenfall is bringing customisable power purchase agreements (PPAs) to business customers in Britain as part of a “new approach” to corporate energy sourcing.
Companies and organisations in the UK are developing a growing appetite for renewables PPA structures, but still face obstacles including the perception of renewable projects and unprepared procurement teams.
Nationwide Building Society has become the first high street financial services provider to be triple recertified to the Carbon Trust Standards for its carbon, water and waste metrics.
In his latest blog for Clean Energy News, independent consultant and local authority expert Stephen Cirell discusses the recent announcement by Portsmouth City Council to roll out solar over the next four years using a series of PPA funded deals, and calls on other local authorities to follow suit.
Tata Steel could see the energy bills at its Scunthorpe steelworks increase this summer when a power purchase agreement (PPA) with a nearby solar farm comes to an end.
Belfast International Airport is to source more than a quarter of its total annual electricity demand through a power purchase agreement (PPA) with solar developer Lightsource.