two white wind turbinesPhoto by Jason Mavrommatis

July 04 2024 08:06:53 — Bekaert and Rezolv Energy signed a 10-year Power Purchase Agreement in Romania for renewable energy from a large wind farm, reducing emissions significantly and supporting sustainability goals.

The power will come from the 461MW ‘VIFOR’ wind farm, which has been developed by Rezolv and Low Carbon in Buzău County, Romania.

The project supports Romania’s energy transition and climate targets, with VIFOR set to power 270,000 homes by 2025.

Bekaert called this one of the largest PPAs ever signed in the region: The deal will see Bekaert buy 100 GWh of additional renewable power per year, reducing annual emissions by more than 41 000 tonnes of CO2e.

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By Lisa Luckas

Lisa Luckas is a Sr. Business News Editor at Nobot.News.

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