June 4 (Renewables Now) – Finnish municipal utility Kerava Energia Oy announced on Thursday that it has procured domestic wind power for its customers.
Kerava said that it has entered into a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) with a fellow Finn, state-owned energy company Gasum Oy, which is to supply the electricity from new wind farms in Finland.
No details about the wind farms were released. According to the press statement, the wind power will be generated by Gasum’s partners.
The PPA has a term of 12 years.
As a power producer and a district heat supplier, Kerava is targeting CO2-free energy production by 2030. The company says that it currently produces 90% of energy with renewables.