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    Better Energy and Scan Global Logistics have inked a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to procure energy from a solar site in Sweden. This partnership entails the global logistics company supporting the development of a new solar park near Studsvik and acquiring renewable energy to power its offices and warehouses across Sweden.


    Global head of sustainability & ESG at Scan Global Logistics, Martin Andersen, commented “This PPA with Better Energy to source renewable energy for our facilities in Sweden is an important part of our sustainability strategy and allows us to contribute to the green transition.”


    “We’re pleased to extend our partnership into Sweden as this will be the second Better Energy solar park from which we’re offtaking renewable energy from.”


    The PPA aids in the creation of a new solar park spanning 23 hectares near Studsvik in Sweden. Boasting an annual output capability of 25GWh of renewable energy, the park will sufficiently power over 4,000 Swedish households with green electricity.


    With the grid connection anticipated by late 2024, the solar park is poised to rank among Sweden’s largest. This agreement for Studsvik builds upon the ongoing collaboration between the two entities.


    Senior director of PPAs at Better Energy, Mikkel Thorup, said “It is great to see that our partnership with Scan Global Logistics in Denmark has resulted in welcoming them as a PPA partner in Sweden.”


    “The green transition requires companies of all sizes and varying energy requirements to decide to purchase the greenest form of electricity. Whether it is in Denmark, Sweden or any of the markets, we’re striving to offer a practical and attractive solution to our partners.”


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