The Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia will be powered with 100% renewable energy thanks to the agreement between EGP and Constellation

Published on Friday, 23 August 2018

“This new agreement further demonstrates Enel Green Power’s ability to provide its customers with flexible and tailor-made renewable energy solutions.”

– Rafael Gonzalez, Head of Enel Green Power North America

An increasing number of commercial and industrial customers are choosing renewables energy as a competitive and clean way to meet their energy needs and they look for customized solutions addressing their specific energy profile and needs. The agreement with Constellation is an example of an innovative approach we are taking to meet the needs of commercial and industrial customers

Constellation is selling the purchased electricity to Comcast Spectacor through its Constellation Offsite Renewables (CORe) retail product offering, which is designed to increase access to renewable energy for commercial and industrial customers.

“Constellation is dedicated to the development of clean energy solutions that meet the needs of our customers and we are pleased that, through our CORe offering and this agreement with Enel Green Power, we are able to help Comcast Spectacor toward their aspirational sustainability goals.”

– Mark Huston, president of Constellation Retail

HillTopper, whose construction will require an investment of approximately 325 million US dollars, is supported by two additional long-term PPAs previously signed by Enel Green Power with global business and financial information and news leader Bloomberg for 17 MW and with the global mobility company General Motors for 100 MW.

Last year Enel Green Power signed more than 650 MW of commercial and industrial (C&I) PPAs in the US, more than any other company.

With the PPAs for HillTopper, EGP has already signed in 2018, directly or indirectly, nearly 400 MW of new power supply contracts in the US with C&I customers, bringing its total corporate offtaker portfolio in the country to more than 1.2 GW of capacity.