Centrica continues PPA quest in Southern Europe

The Danish power trader follows up its recent entry into the Italian PPA market with a 50MW deal in Spain.

Photo: PR / Centrica Energy Trading

In Europe, power purchase agreements come flowing from the Nordics down to the south, and Centrica Energy Trading follows.

The Danish energy trader announced in early July that the company was entering the Italian market with two PPAs totaling 12MW, now following up with a deal in Spain involving 85 percent of the electricity from Las Naranjillas, a 50MW solar farm in Carmona, southern Spain. The facility will be constructed by Amarenco and is slated for completion in 2023.

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