Air Liquide has expanded its decarbonisation potential in the Benelux region after signing a new Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for 115MW (megawatts) of renewable installed power capacity with electricity provider Vattenfall.
Set to last for 15 years beginning in 2026, the PPA will see Air Liquide gain access to a total of 270MW renewable power capacity in Benelux – more than 70% of the Group’s existing electricity consumption in the region.
The new renewable energy will be generated by the Hollandse Kust Zuid (HKZ) subsidy-free, offshore wind farm by Vattenfall off the Dutch coast, according to Air Liquide.
“This new large-scale PPA with Vattenfall marks an important milestone in securing renewable energy to enable Air Liquide to provide low-carbon solutions to its customers and support their decarbonisation efforts,” said Emilie Mouren-Renouard, CEO of the Europe Industries Hub.
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