T-Mobile Power Purchase Agreement

Red Dirt was our first online wind farm, and Enel Green Power was great to work on, especially as we crossed the steep learning curve that comes with a first major renewable energy purchase contract. As a 60,000 hectare wind farm, which produces 650,000 MWh of energy per year for us, this project was an important first step towards achieving our goal of 100% renewable energy in just three years – which we are on the right track. T-Mobile`s sustainable development strategy would not be possible without its partners. Learn more from T-Mobile`s Director of Sustainability – Facilities Procurement about the company`s journey into renewable energy and why a power purchase contract was the right strategy for its business. Previously, the company signed a 160 MW power purchase agreement (PPA) with Enel Green Power from its Red Dirt site in Oklahoma, which was commissioned in January. The second thing we focus on is the supply of 100% of our electricity business and our operation with renewable energies by 2021! We are doing this through major long-term electricity contracts that allow the construction of new wind and solar farms across the country. Not only does this create new jobs and investment in rural areas, which we are happy to support, but it has also networked nearly 3.3 million MWh of green energy, eliminating more than 1.3 million tonnes of CO2 from the air each year as a result of climate change. Solomon Forks will also provide the channel storage target with 100MW power when it is finished. The Power Target, purchased in August through an AAE, will provide 100 percent of the energy it consumes in 150 of its subsidiaries, the company said. PORTLAND, Ore.— (BUSINESS WIRE)-Avangrid Renewables, LLC, a subsidiary of AVANGRID, Inc. (NYSE: AGR), and T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS), announced a long-term contract for the Otter Creek wind farm in LaSalle County, Illinois, and the purchase of national renewable energy credits. The 158-megawatt (MW) wind farm was commercially operated on March 1, 2020 and is expected to produce more than 504,100 megawatt hours (MWh) per year, or about 60,000 typical Illinois homes in one year.

About Avangrid Renewables: Avangrid Renewables, LLC is a subsidiary of AVANGRID, Inc.