Maurice Loosschilder, Signify Head of Sustainability, said: “This ground-breaking partnership ensures we can power our European operations – including our facilities, factories, offices, and warehouses – on renewable electricity for the next decade, while accelerating the European transition to clean energy. The facility powers Signify’s operational electricity use in the EU, excluding Poland, where we have an existing agreement in place. We’re proud to partner with like-minded organizations as we continue our sustainability journey and reinforce our commitment to reduce our emissions at double the pace of the Paris Agreement 1.5 degrees scenario by the end of 2025.”
Marco Faes, Director Corporate Affairs Europe, Heineken: “As part of our ambition to Brew a Better World, we are accelerating the transition to decarbonise our breweries. Together with our colleagues in Global Procurement, we have made great progress in adopting renewable energy. The wind farm in Mutkalampi, Finland moves us one step closer to reach 100% renewable electricity in Europe within a year – in line with our global ambition to be net zero in scopes 1 & 2 by 2030. This includes all our breweries and logistics sites. We’re happy to be partnering on this VPPA and we remain focused on our net zero journey ahead.”
Johan Hospers, Director Energy at Nobian: “This opportunity where we secure a share of the output of the Mutkalampi windfarm is important to become more sustainable. It contributes to us realizing our renewable energy targets as expressed in Nobian's ‘Grow Greener Together’ strategy. A long term commitment from Nobian, and our consortium partners, to realize additional wind projects such as Neoen’s Mutkalampi windpark, is a great example of how we can become greener and how industry can contribute to a sustainable energy system.”
The new wind farm has been developed, is owned, and operated by Neoen, a leading independent producer of renewable energy.
 When compared to the average CO2 emissions of European electricity generation.