List of the Top 100 European renewable energy developers offering PPAs [2022]

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PPA offering energy developers in Europe

PPA energy developers from Europe

So called Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) are one of the most interesting systems for the energy market overall, but especially for the renewable energy market. Companies who are experts in this field through their project development of solar, wind or other renewable energy parks are offering to sell the respective energy of such parks for one specific customer. This list contains 100 European project developers who are offering/are working with PPAs.

Using the list find business partners

While our list is providing a general overview of the European market of renewable energy developers offering PPAs, it is tailored to offer you the opportunity to find the most valuable information in order to identify and get into contact with relevant developers. The filtering options on our diversified columns enable you to work with the list according to your individual needs and find the best potential business partners.

Renewable energy research and transaction analysis

As research experts we have finding relevant developers/PPA-offering companies down. By screening renewable energy deals in Europe (and worldwide) we identify involved parties and add them to our open-access database. By offering the opportunity to submitting new listings as well as reporting mistakes we made (for example not including the founding year of a company) on the respective site on our directory, we constantly improve our lists by crowdsourcing.

Included columns in our PPA energy developers list

  • Company Name
  • Legal form
  • Stock listed?
  • Ticker symbol
  • URL
  • Country
  • City
  • Postcode
  • Address
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Onshore Wind
  • Offshore Wind
  • Solar
  • Hydro
  • Hydrogen projects
  • Geothermal
  • Energy storage
  • Biomass
  • IPP
  • PPAs
  • Management
  • Regional Focus
  • Founding year
  • Installed capacity in MW

PPA offering companies in Europe

List of 10 PPA renewable energy companies

PPA stands for the abbreviation of “Power Purchase Agreement” which describes a contract between two parties. While one party, taking the role of the buyer, sells generated energy, the other party is interested in buying it. In this context, the PPA sets out all the commercial terms for the sale of power between the two parties, including when the project will begin, different commercial operation, the schedule for power delivery, penalties for non-delivery, payment terms, and termination. At present, there are many forms of PPAs, which vary according to the needs of the buyer, seller, and financing partner. In the following, we will introduce 10 major renewable energy companies who are active in the sector of PPA.

1. Equinor ASA (Stavanger, Norway)

Euqinor ASA is active in the field of renewable energy by developing wind and solar energy solutions. Currently, the Stavanger based company builds the world’s largest offshore windfarm in the UK which will provide energy to approximately five million households. With more than 21 000 employees, Equinor ASA is active in over 30 countries with the mission to turn natural resources into energy.

2. BayWa r.e. AG (Munich, Germany)

The leading renewable energy developer from Munich, Germany, focuses on the development of solar farms and wind parks with end-to-end solutions. While being active in 28 countries, BayWa r.e. realizing PV, hybrid, solar distribution, bioenergy and energy trading projects, as well as hybrid division solutions by combining different types of assets.

3. NaGa Solar (Maastricht, Netherlands)

Developing solar projects worldwide, NaGa Solar provides ground mounted, rooftop and special solutions in order to ensure the best possible implementation. In Addition to realizing solar energy projects by themselves, the Maastricht based company also invests in solar parks with the mission to support a green energy future.

4. Green Investment Group Ltd (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

By developing and investing in the fields of wind and solar energy, the subsidiary of Macquarie can show a pipeline of over 30GW across over 240 projects. Along with their mission to accelerate the green energy transition, the Green Investment Group develops new approaches to integrate battery storage into grids. In order to advance this mission, the UK based company works across all stages of the project lifecycle and ensure expertise in finance, investment and projects development.

5. Acciona SA (Alcobendas, Spain)

Considering themselves as experts in designing a better planet, Acciona SA develops and manages sustainable infrastructure solutions by being active in the renewable energy sector. Striving towards their goal to lead the energy transition towards a low-carbon economy, the Spanish company focuses on their innovative and technical capacity in developing wind energy and photovoltaic energy technologies.

6. Ilmatar Windpower PLC (Helsinki, Finland)

Since the founding in 2011, the Finnish energy company and independent power producer focuses in the field of renewable energy by developing sustainable projects, managing constructions as well as operational assets and also retailing sales. Striving forward their mission to guarantee a sustainable future, Ilmatar Windpower PLC operates and owns one of the largest renewable energy fleets in Finland and in the Nordics.

7. Metka EGN Mytilineos (London, United Kingdom)

The leading global developer for utility-scale solar and energy storage projects with headquarter in London implements innovative solutions for complex hybrid power projects and large-scale battery storage. By being active in Australia, America, Asia, Africa and Europe, METKA EGN has extensive experience in solar projects as well as energy storage and complex hybrid projects. Being considered as a leading international contractor, the London based company strategically focuses on the international growth.

8. Grenergy Renovables, S.A. (Madrid, Spain)

The 2007 founded renewable energy developer implemented solar and wind energy projects with a total capacity of over 6000 MW. By realizing the green energy projects from the beginning to the end, Grenergy ensures the required conditions and quality.

9. SSE Renewables plc (Perth, Scotland)

As developer and operator of renewable energy across the UK and Ireland SSE Renewables strives to accelerate the transition to a net zero world. With the development of onshore and offshore wind energy projects as well as hydro solutions, the Perth based company has a portfolio of approximately 4 GW. Among other projects, SSE Renewables is responsible for  largest offshore wind development pipeline in the UK and Ireland at over 6GW.

10. ERG SpA (Genoa, Italy)

Sticking to their values Heritage, Sustainability, Passion and Challenge, the Italian leader of wind power operator strives to make an impact in the process of achieving the UN’s global sustainable development goals. Therefore, ERG SpA, which is a Genoa based company, generates energy from the combination of natural resources like wind, sun and natural gas.

 

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