TotalEnergies Surpasses 1.5 GW in Renewable Energy PPAs, Empowering Global Industries Towards a Greener Future – SolarQuarter

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TotalEnergies, a global energy giant, has made a significant stride in its renewable energy initiatives by signing Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) totaling over 1.5 gigawatts (GW) with more than 600 industrial and commercial clients worldwide. This move not only bolsters the energy transition for a wide array of industries but also marks TotalEnergies’ presence in over 30 countries across all continents, showcasing its broad footprint in distributed generation solutions.


Currently, 1.1 GW of these projects are operational, generating approximately 1.5 terawatt-hours (TWh) of electricity annually. The company plans to commission the remaining 400 megawatts (MW) by the end of this year. Through these initiatives, TotalEnergies aims to assist various sectors, such as agrifood, automotive, cement, and many more, in their transition to greener energy by installing solar panels on rooftops, carports, and unused industrial spaces.

Among the notable projects under this program are a 12.3 MWp solar carport with battery storage at JFK Airport in the United States, a 31 MWp floating photovoltaic plant in Belgium for Holcim Belgium, a 17 MWp solar facility in Oman for the Sharqiyah Desalination Plant, and Indonesia’s largest rooftop solar system at 43 MWp for a Gunung Raja Paksi (GRP) steel factory.


These efforts are complemented by TotalEnergies’ commitment to offering competitive, tailored solutions to its B2B customers, enabling them to reduce their carbon footprint and enjoy predictable electricity costs. Vincent Stoquart, Senior Vice President Renewables at TotalEnergies, highlighted the company’s dedication to providing decarbonized energy solutions amidst unstable market conditions, emphasizing the operational excellence and visibility offered through these long-term PPAs.

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