Power Purchase Agreements. The sustainable choice of businesses
It’s a new way to define the concept of partnership, showcasing the stories of Enel Green Power clients that chose a sustainable trajectory for their business, together with the tools that will make it a reality.
Energy Attributes Certificates guarantee origin and reliability
GO, RECs and i-RECs: various types of green energy certificates of origin.
Demystifying Renewable Energy Certificates
Now more than ever, the market is realizing the value of purchasing renewable energy. But how can a company or consumer be sure the electricity they\u2019re drawing from the power grid is from renewable resources? That\u2019s where RECs come in.
Mondel\u0113z International, Maker of Oreos, Purchases Major Solar Power
Mondel\u0113z International has committed to a major Power Purchase Agreement with Enel Green Power, purchasing 65 Megawatts of solar power from Enel\u2019s Roadrunner solar plant in Texas.
Facebook\u2019s Papillion Data Center to Run On 100% Renewable Energy from Enel Green Power
Facebook\u2019s new Papillion Data Center will be supported by renewable energy from Enel Green Power\u2019s Rattlesnake Creek Wind Farm in Nebraska, helping Facebook reach its goal to support 100% of its global operations with renewable energy in 2020.
An increasing number of businesses are using PPAs to reach their sustainability goals
Businesses are working to guarantee a sustainable future and Enel Green Power plays a fundamental role in this endeavor through its own PPAs.
The Path of Renewables
Today, renewable energy plays a strategic role for our future as a leader in fighting climate change and bringing a valid contribution to sustainable development. It is key to powering new business models that can combine economic growth and environmental protection, well-being for people and energy security for societies.
The renewable energy PPAs serving the American Midwest communities
Enel Green Power\u2019s Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with big corporations and government institutions in the United States are getting more and more effective. Their commercial competitiveness, service quality and guarantee of sustainability are winning people over: this is especially true in areas where strong grassroots organizations, like Midwestern utility coops and communities, are thriving.