Acciona Energía has secured a new corporate renewable energy deal with Unilever, a global provider of food, personal care and cleaning products.
The contract covers the delivery of 23 GWh/year to cover the electricity demand of all the company’s work centers in Spain. The power supplied to Unilever will be certified by the Spanish Competition and Markets Authority as 100% renewable, notes Acciona.
“We are very pleased that such an important company as Unilever has entrusted its electricity supply to Acciona, and we are delighted to work with them to reduce their carbon footprint as part of an ever-increasing strategy in the business world on a global level,” says Santiago Gómez Ramos, director of Acciona Green Energy Developments, the group’s energy marketing subsidiary.
ACCIONA’s corporate client portfolio now includes more than 500 companies and institutions from a variety of sectors in Spain and Portugal. These include Telefónica; Repsol Polímeros; Coca-Cola European Partners; RTVE; Agrolimen; Freixenet; Bimbo; Merck; Danone; Basf; the Prado, Reina Sofía and Thyssen-Bornemisza museums; and a number of hospitals in the region of Madrid.
Outside the Iberian Peninsula, the company also has power purchase agreements with corporate clients such as Cemex in Mexico, Falabella in Chile and Google.