Ørsted signs PPAs on Irish wind farms

Pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson has entered an eight-year PPA totaling more than 1TWh on two of the utility's recently acquired Irish wind projects.


Pharmaceutical firm Johnson & Johnson now declares itself 100 percent run by renewable energy in Ireland. At least for the coming eight years, which is the duration of a power purchase agreement for more than 1TWh entered by the company with utility Ørsted on two Irish projects in counties Kerry and Clare.

"Today is a major landmark on our journey in Ireland to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030 and underlines our commitment to ensuring a better, healthier world," says John Lynch, plant leader at Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Ireland.

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