The power will come from a solar farm being built in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in Germany, which will have a total capacity of 60MW and is expected to start generating electricity in mid-2021.
Christine Lauber, Director Sales & Origination at Vattenfall said: “We are very pleased that with this agreement we are further accelerating the growing market for long-term electricity supply contracts for industrial customers in Germany. Vattenfall's goal is to enable fossil-free living within one generation. That also means supporting our customers in achieving their sustainability goals.”
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