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FORTIA ENERGIA and Statkraft sign first long-term PPA for large industrial consumers in Spain

21 Jan, 2019

(Madrid/Düsseldorf, 21 January 2019) FORTIA ENERGIA, the Spanish energy sourcing platform for large industrial consumers, and Statkraft, the largest producer of renewable energy and leading market access provider in Europe, have signed the first long-term power purchase agreement for large industrial customers in Spain.

For a period of ten years Statkraft will supply 3000 GWh electricity to FORTIA, that manages the power supply of large industrial companies in the steel, cement, metallurgy, chemical, paper and industrial gases sectors in the Iberian market. The energy will be sourced from Statkraft’s Spanish portfolio which primarily consists of new wind and solar projects currently under construction.

"With the signing of this agreement, FORTIA contributes to the development of renewable energy projects, while ensuring long-term supply for the energy intensive industry at competitive and predictable prices", says Juan Temboury, Managing Director at FORTIA. "We very much look forward to taking that next step in the energy transition together with our customers."

Statkraft has closed several power purchase agreements (PPA) for both, fully merchant projects as well as projects that were granted permission/won the tender in the Spanish auctions. "After having made an essential contribution to the development of the Spanish PPA market during last year, we are very excited to supply this electricity to the Iberian industrial market," says Hallvard Granheim, Executive Vice President Markets & IT at Statkraft. "This contract underlines our leading position in the European PPA market and our commitment to powering major industrial companies across Europe with renewable energy."

FORTIA has been operating in the wholesale markets for more than ten years and, with annual sales of 11 TWh on average, it is the largest independent supplier in the Iberian Electricity Market. The recently signed agreement is part of FORTIA's strategy to provide the industry with competitive, diversified and balanced access to energy markets through new contractual models such as PPAs which are an opportunity for producers and consumers in the context of the energy transition. With this agreement, FORTIA starts a portfolio that expects to increase substantially in the coming months.

As the leading PPA provider, Statkraft is bringing together pan-European electricity producers and companies from trade and industry, and is developing new concepts that add value to both sides. Customers benefit from decades of experience in supplying renewable energy at long-term predictable and competitive prices. With a portfolio of circa 16,000 MW, Statkraft is one of the largest managers of renewable assets on behalf of third parties in Europe. It is owned by the Norwegian Government and has an A-credit rating.



FORTIA emerged as an innovative solution for energy sourcing in 2007. It was created by a group of 20 key Spanish large energy-intensive users that represent almost 4 per cent of the demand of the Iberian Electricity Market (MIBEL). Overall it supplies more than 100 production sites in Spain and Portugal, all of them offering a very flexible consumption profile and providing demand-side services to the market (

About Statkraft UK

Statkraft is a leading company in hydropower internationally and Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy. The Group produces hydropower, wind power, solar power, gas-fired power and supplies district heating. Statkraft is a global company in energy market operations. Statkraft has 4000 employees in 17 countries.

In the UK Statkraft develops, owns and operates renewable production facilities and is also involved in the trading and origination of power from its own projects and those of third parties.

Since 2006, Statkraft has invested over £1.3 billion in the UK's renewable energy infrastructure and facilitated over 6 GW of new-build renewable energy generation through Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs). With a portfolio now exceeding 10 TWh per year from almost 300 customers, Statkraft is the leading provider of short and long term PPAs in the UK.

Judith Tranninger
Head of Public Relations