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The European CPPA Barometer H2 2023

Real power matters

H2 2023 saw the maturity of a new trend in CPPA markets: a consistently high number of new, lower total volume deals were announced

After a record-breaking first half of 2023, many people expected Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (CPPA) market activity to slow in H2. However, the strength of the market continues to overperform. The rise of lower total volume deals has surprised many experts. But what does this mean for renewable energy aspirations? We examine this subject and many more like it in the latest edition of our green energy report.

Corporate Power Purchase Agreement activity in the semester: H2 2023

CPPA barometer hand 98 dealsCPPA barometer meter 10,480 GWh/yCPPA barometer green 72%
announced during H2of cumulative volume (estimated)
announced during H2
of greenfield CPPA volume
announced during H2

The H2 2023 edition of this report includes the usual important data points: deals signed and announced, cumulative GWh and MW, greenfield Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (CPPA) volume, and a multi-country comparison.

As cross-border PPAs are steadily developing to leverage Spain’s competitive conditions, we also present pivotal insights garnered during an interview with Santiago Bordiú, CEO of Asset and Energy Management at renewable energy provider, IGNIS, commenting on this emerging trend.

European CPPA Barometer
Real Power Matters: H2 2023

A comprehensive report on Europe’s Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (CPPA) markets, including deals, cumulative GWh and MW, and multi-country comparison.

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Florent Andrillon

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Florent leads clean tech business development with all sustainability teams across the Group. He has more than 20 years of experience in the energy and utilities sector, helping clients to achieve their sustainability goals and transition to a low-carbon economy. He has a strong focus on the energy, resources, and clean tech market, as well as on sustainability, climate, and energy transition issues. He leverages Capgemini’s capabilities and its external partners to deliver innovative and impactful solutions.

Arthur Arrighi de Casanova

Head of Sustainable Futures, Capgemini Invent France
Arthur has over 10 years of experience leading exclusively sustainability and energy transition engagements, supporting clients in the development of related strategies. At Capgemini Invent, in recent years, Arthur has applied his expertise to the creation of climate and growth strategies, renewables development, green power sourcing, market analysis, transformational roadmaps, business due diligence, new business model design, and go-to-market support.

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.).

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