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The European cppa barometer q2 2023

Real power matters

After a spectacular start to 2023, PPA activity remains encouraging in Q2

Consistently strong Spain and the Nordic countries have competition from recently energized Germany and France. Interesting developments include the appearance of PPAs backed by guarantees issued by public organizations, and national regulators taking an interest in the market and supporting off-taker access.

“Q2 saw the second-highest number of deals announced in a single quarter within the Barometer’s scope.”

Arthur Arrighi de Casanova, Head of Sustainability France for Capgemini Invent

Corporate PPA Activity of the Quarter: Q2 2023

CPPA barometer hand 52 dealsCPPA barometer meter 6500 GWh/yCPPA barometer green 64%
Announced during the quarterof cumulative volume (estimated) announced during the quartergreenfield CPPA volume announced during the quarter

In addition to the regular domestic and comparative market analysis, the Q2 2023 edition of our European CPPA Barometer includes a selection of interviews with key players in the European green-sourcing ecosystem. This will be a recurring feature moving forward. In this edition, our experts sat down with Patrick Koch, Head of German Origination for Statkraft Markets, Delphine Strunski, Senior Business Developer and Maria Kitano, Key Account Manager for EPEX SPOT.

The European CPPA Barometer:
Real Power Matters Q2 2023

To meet their sustainability targets and protect themselves against price volatility in energy markets, an increasing number of companies across Europe are paying close attention to Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPAs). These direct contracts between a producer and a consumer secure a supply of high-quality green energy for the long term at a firm price…

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Florent Andrillon

Vice President | Global Head of Sustainability solutions, Capgemini Invent

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Alexandre Le Déméet

Senior Consultant of Sustainable Futures, Capgemini Invent France
With a master’s degree in management from HEC Paris, Alexandre has been working at Capgemini Invent for the past few years exclusively on climate and renewable energy topics. He assists clients from multiple industries in securing their sustainability and energy transition objectives, notably by supporting their green sourcing strategy (Corporate PPAs, onsite production, go-to-market support, etc.).