Industrial, Wind - July 1, 2022
LyondellBasell Signs US PPAs
LyondellBasell signed its first two U.S. PPA supporting the company's climate goal to procure a minimum of 50% of electricity from renewable sources by 2030.
The combined agreements represent 216 MW of renewable energy, which is estimated to generate approximately 628,000 MWh of clean power annually. Approximately 15% of LyondellBasell's total scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions come from its electricity consumption. These agreements will enable the company to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 225,000 metric tons annually.
"Creating a better future for the next generation is important to us, which is one reason we are focused on delivering on our climate goal to achieve net zero emissions from our global operations," said Peter Vanacker, LyondellBasell CEO in a statement. "Renewable energy is an important component for how we will get there, and power purchase agreements are our preferred approach to decarbonizing our electricity supply. These strategic projects propel us forward in greenhouse gas emissions reduction, but they also provide scalability and support investment in new renewable energy capability."
LyondellBasell signed a 12-year PPA with ENGIE North America (ENGIE) for 100 MW of renewable electricity sourced from ENGIE's new Limestone wind project in Texas' Navarro and Limestone counties. The project is expected to commence operations late in 2022.
LyondellBasell also signed a 10-year PPA with Buckeye Partners for 116 MW of renewable electricity sourced from its Files solar project located in Hill County outside of Dallas, Texas. The solar farm is expected to begin operations in the second quarter of 2023.
Read These Related Articles:
- LyondellBasell Signs Five Solar PPAs
- LyondellBasell Advances Towards its 2030 RE Target
- LyondellBasell Adds Scope 3 Goals
- LyondellBasell Unveils Plans for Net-Zero Operations
Share this valuable information with your colleagues using the buttons below:« Back to News
- Aptar Updates Emissions Reduction Goals
- Weekend Reads: Decarbonization's Challenge for Utilities; Recharging EVs on the Road
- University of New Orleans Partners to Improve Campus Infrastructure
- Amazon Signs PPAs for Global Wind and Solar
- Weekend Reads: Green Subsidy Race; Renewable Generation Surpasses Coal and Nuclear
- SED's 2023 Net Zero Forum/Spring Wrap-Up