Belgium: PPA Total Energies to Supply Renewable Electricity to Air Liquide

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Under a Power Purchase Agreement signed between Total Energies and Air Liquide, Total Energies will supply 50 GWh per year of renewable electricity to Air Liquide which will then divert this energy to power its industrial as well as medical gas production sites in Belgium.

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Total Energies will supply Air Liquide with this renewable electricity from an offshore wind farm located in the Belgian North Sea.
Total Energies will supply Air Liquide with this renewable electricity from an offshore wind farm located in the Belgian North Sea.
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Paris/France – Total Energies, through Lampiris, its energy supply affiliate in Belgium, signed a Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Air Liquide. Total Energies will supply 50 GWh per year of renewable electricity over a period of 15 years. Air Liquide will use this renewable energy to power some of its industrial and medical gas production sites in Belgium.

The wind-generated electricity will save about 270,000 tons of CO2 emissions over the life of the contract.

Total Energies will supply Air Liquide with this electricity from an offshore wind farm located in the Belgian North Sea. This agreement also illustrates Total Energies’ commitment to contribute to Belgium’s energy transition, while promoting low carbon solutions for its customers.

“A growing number of companies are shifting to renewable energy, and we want to support them on their path towards carbon neutrality. There is a dynamic market for corporate PPAs in Europe, and we want Total Energies to take a strong leadership position”, said Julien Pouget, Senior Vice President Renewables at Total Energies.

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