Engie North America signs VPPAs for 282MW of Texas PV generation

The deals are for part of the capacity at two of Engie’s Texas PV projects. Image: BusinessWire

Engie North America – the US subsidiary of the French energy utility – has signed two virtual power purchase agreements (VPPA) with WestRock, a sustainable paper and packaging producer.

The VPPAs correspond to Engie’s Bernard Creek and Chillingham Solar projects, respectively in Wharton and Bell counties, Texas. The aggregate capacity of the deals is 282MW, with 207MW contracted from Bernard Creek’s total 230MW capacity and a further 75MW from Chillingham, a 350MW nameplate capacity site.

(The above content is reproduced from pv-tech,By Will Norman


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