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North American solar PPAs rise 3% in Q2

LevelTen Energy says in its latest quarterly report that prices for power purchase agreements (PPAs) increased in the second quarter, following a modest decline in the first three months of the year.

Woodburn Capital, Magna Exteriors sign 15-year solar PPA in Czechia

Magna Exteriors and Woodburn Capital Partners have signed a 15-year solar power purchase agreement (PPA) in Czechia. The agreement covers energy generated on-site at a 2.4 MW solar plant located at Magna Exteriors’ site in the northwestern part of the country.

Statkraft signs PPA for 80 MW solar plant, with storage in pipeline

Deal sees Statkraft portfolio of solar power purchase agreements (PPAs) rise to 1,425 MW in Great Britain. The company also has multiple gigawatts of contracted flexible capacity on the British grid.

Statkraft signs ‘first-of-a-kind’ PPA with UK developer Luminous Energy

Generator enters agreement on solar plant which is also subject to a virtual corporate PPA and a fixed-price contract secured through the UK government’s Contracts for Difference auction mechanism.

Canadian Solar, Toyota Tsusho sign 20-year PPA in Japan

The power purchase agreement covers all the energy generated at a 1.2 MW facility in eastern Japan and a 1.9 MW site in the south west of the country.

Greece’s Mytilineos signs 10-year PPAs in Ireland

Mytilineos has signed two 10-year power purchase agreements (PPAs) in Ireland for 14.28 MW of solar projects it is developing.

Pexapark says European developers signed 28 PPAs for 1.5 GW in April

Swiss consulting firm Pexapark says the total capacity of signed power purchase agreements (PPA) in Europe in April more than doubled the volume it recorded in March. Meanwhile, all tracked PPA prices rose 1.6% month on month.

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Engie, UAC Berhad sign 20-year solar PPA in Malaysia

Engie and UAC Berhad have signed a 20-year solar power purchase agreement (PPA) for a 7.35 MW solar array in Malaysia.

Sembcorp, Equinix sign long-term PPAs in Singapore

Equinix and Sembcorp Power have signed two long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs) in Singapore. Sembcorp will supply 105 MW to Equinix’s data centers in Singapore, including 75 MW of solar, for up to 18 years.

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EDF, KOWEPO, Masdar to develop 1.5 GW of solar in UAE

France’s EDF Renewables, South Korea’s Korea Western Power Co. (KOWEPO), and Abu Dhabi Future Energy Co. (Masdar) have agreed to jointly design, finance, build and operate a 1.5 GW solar project in the United Arab Emirates, under a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Emirates Water and Electricity Co. (EWEC).

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