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  • United States: Signed a long-term contract for a 12.3 MWc solar carport project with battery storage (7.4 MW / 24.6 MWh) at New York City’s JFK Airport.
  • Belgium: Constructed a 31 MWc floating solar power plant for Holcim Belgium to supply decarbonized electricity to the Obourg cement plant.
  • Oman: Launched a 17 MWc ground-mounted solar plant with solar trackers for Veolia, powering the Sharqiyah desalination plant.
  • Indonesia: Built a 43 MWc rooftop solar installation, the country’s largest, for Gunung Raja Paksi (GRP) steel plant.

Paris, France — TotalEnergies Monday announced surpassing 1.5 gigawatts (GW) – enough to power a small city – in Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) with over 600 industrial and commercial clients worldwide.

This marks a significant contribution to on-site self-consumption and grid injection. Of this total, 1.1 GW of on-site solar capacity is already operational, generating 1.5 terawatt-hours (TWh) of electricity annually, with an additional 400 megawatts (MW) slated for completion by year-end.

TotalEnergies is facilitating the energy transition in various sectors, including agri-food, automotive, cement, digital, manufacturing, metallurgy, mining, retail, and warehousing, through the solarization of B2B client sites.

Global Presence Across All Continents

TotalEnergies’ on-site solar production solutions, adhering to the highest industry standards and tailored to client needs, are available in over 30 countries, spanning all continents.

This extensive geographical coverage positions TotalEnergies as a leading global player in the renewable energy sector.

By Lisa Luckas

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

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