Barclays and Goldman Sachs ink power purchase deals for UK wind and solar projects

Cecilia Keating
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The Llawern solar plant, a 'seed asset' in one of Next Energy Capital's UK ESG funds | Credit: NextEnergy Capital
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The Llawern solar plant, a 'seed asset' in one of Next Energy Capital's UK ESG funds | Credit: NextEnergy Capital

Barclays announces 10-year corporate PPA with oil and energy giant BP, while Goldman Sachs scores separate deal with solar develop NextEnergy Capital

Barclays has inked a 10-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with BP, which will see the bank purchase 250GWh of clean electricity certificates each year from a range of future UK-based wind and solar projects...

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