Facebook & Adobe Sign PPAs For Electricity From Enel’s 320 Megawatt Rattlesnake Creek Wind Farm
Enel Green Power North America announced on Monday that it had signed two Power Purchase Agreements with Facebook and Adobe for the electricity generated from its soon-to-be-completed 320 megawatt Rattlesnake Creek wind farm in Nebraska.
Construction of the Rattlesnake Creek wind farm began in November of 2017 by Enel Green Power North America, the US renewable energy subsidiary of Italian parent company Enel. At the time, Enel explained that it would be selling 200 megawatts (MW) of wind-generated electricity to Facebook to supply 100% of the needs of its new data center in Papillion, Nebraska, located about 120 miles from the Rattlesnake Creek wind project.
This week, however, the Facebook Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) was revised and expanded, and also included the involvement of computer software company Adobe.
Published in Clean Technica, 20th March, 2018