Octopus Renewables taps trio of European firms for wind power PPA deals

Estonian energy firm Eesti Energia, US building materials company Owens Corning and US consumer goods firm Kimberley-Clark have snapped up deals with Octopus Renewables for a total of 3,000GW of wind power that can decarbonise their European operations.

Octopus Renewables has agreed a flurry of deals to directly sell electricity from several its European wind farms each year to major corportates, including Estonian energy firm Eesti Energia, US building materials company Owens Corning and US consumer goods firm Kimberley-Clark.

Octopus Energy Generation CEO Zoisa North-Bond touted the corporate offtake deals as a “massive step forward for decarbonisation agendas across Europe”.

“To really clean up grids across the world, we need large energy users to commit to green energy and sign more PPAs like this to cover their production and provide more clean energy to their end customer,” she said. “Eesti Energia, Kimberly-Clark and Owens Corning are ahead of the curve

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