Air Liquide to receive 50 gigawatt-hours a year for 15 years under the dealb [Image: Carl Raw/Unsplash]
TotalEnergies, through its electricity supply subsidiary in Belgium Lampiris, is to deliver renewable electricity from an unnamed offshore wind farm to Air Liquide under a 15-year corporate power purchase agreement.
Under the terms of the deal, TotalEnergies will supply 50 gigawatt-hours a year to Air Liquide, which will use this energy to supply several of its industrial and medical gas production sites in Belgium.
The offshore wind farm is located in Belgian waters of the North Sea, TotalEnergies added.
TotalEnergies renewables director Julien Pouget said: “More and more companies are turning to renewable energies, and we want to make all our expertise available to support them in their energy transition, towards carbon neutrality.
“The corporate PPA market is developing very rapidly in Europe and we want TotalEnergies to occupy a leading position there.”