Innogy is touting green power from 770MW of wind and solar assets to companies seeking green PPAs.
The generator will use the Instatrust trading marketplace, run by Oslo-based DNV GL as a route to market.
Green PPA deals more than doubled in 2019 to a record 19.5 GW, said Innogy, equivalent to the rated output of 10 per cent of renewable assets installed by all generators last year.
Innogy has a pipeline of 6.9GW green assets under construction or planned, on top of 3.6 GW already operating. They are located in seven countries.
DNV GL’s CEO Ditlev Engel commented: “Hundreds of corporations worldwide are committing to run their operations on 100 per cent renewable [electricity]. Links between suppliers and purchasers based on expertise and trust are needed to bring about transparent deals in renewables”.
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