Statkraft signs another Finnish PPA

The Norwegian utility has sold offtake from a forthcoming onshore wind farm of 97MW in Finland.

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Norway’s Statkraft has signed yet another long-term power purchase agreement, this time in a contract with Belgian firm Umicore, which specializes in circular materials science, chemistry and metallurgy.

Statkraft will supply 60GWh of renewable energy annually to Umicore’s facilities in Kokkola, Finland, from 2023 to 2033. The electricity will be generated by an unsubsidized 96.9MW onshore wind farm called Nuolivaara in the country’s northern region consisting of 17 turbines set to commission in 2023.

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