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Google signs PPAs with three new wind farms in Finland

Thursday, 20 September 2018

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Google has signed 10-year power purchase agreements to power its data center in Hamina and is the first renewable power purchase from European projects that will not receive government subsidies [1].

The three wind farms have a combined capacity of 190 MW and will be built by renewable energy developers Neoen (France) and CPC and WPD (Germany). The PPAs encompass the output of the 91 MW Hedet wind farm located in Närpes, in the west of Finland some 200 km northwest of Tampere [2].

The three wind farms combined will generate approximately 17 GWh annually, assuming an average capacity factor ...

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