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About us

The RE-Source Platform is Europe’s leading forum for corporate renewable energy sourcing. Through its wide-ranging and innovative Buyers Toolkit and popular annual event for energy buyers and sellers, RE-Source seeks to remove barriers for corporates to renewable energy procurement in support of Europe’s climate and energy goals.

The massive potential represented by corporate renewable energy sourcing can only be realised via increased awareness and the removal of policy and market barriers that currently constrain the growth of renewables in many markets in Europe. We believe that corporate electricity buyers, renewable energy suppliers and policy-makers have a unique opportunity to help Europe achieve its climate and energy objectives by enabling new, competitively-priced renewable energy resources at a scale not otherwise achievable.

Founding organisations

Renewable Energy Buyers Toolkit

This free Toolkit has been developed to provide information, raise awareness and ultimately help you to enter the market for corporate sourcing of renewable electricity. The tools are designed to help unlock the huge potential for corporate sourcing of renewables and make a real impact for the transition to a low carbon society.


RE-Source is influencing EU and national
renewable energy and energy market legislation
to advance corporate sourcing.

Welcome to RE-Source 2021!

This is an exclusive event bringing buyers and sellers of renewable energy together. We take pride in making sure that the event has the right representation of buyers and suppliers to ensure fruitful discussions and business opportunities.

This year it will be taking place in the Okura Hotel in Amsterdam, 13-15 October, with a stunning line-up of speakers and events. Save the date!

Get a taste of the event in the images below before exploring RE-Source 2021.

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Recent News

Removing permitting barriers would boost Italy’s corporate PPA market

Although it is not currently one of the top European countries for corporate PPAs, Italy has laudable ambitions when it comes to renewable energy.

New WBCSD report: How to understand corporate renewable PPA pricing structures and choose the right one for you

The right PPA for your business will vary based on the volume of energy that you will use, how much risk you are willing to take on and the credit standing of your company.

Not just for corporates – European cities, universities, and public transport signing PPAs

As the European corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) market grows, we are seeing a more diverse group of organisations signing PPAs, including cities, universities, and state-owned transportation groups.


Corporate PPAs signed surpasses 2019 total, and it’s only May!

Although we are only in the fifth month of the year, we have already surpassed the volume of PPAs signed during the whole of 2019 across Europe.

Covestro and ENGIE sign PPA for wind energy in Belgium​

Covestro will be powering almost half (45%) of the electricity demand of its operations in Antwerp with clean energy from four newly constructed onshore wind farms.

Bulgaria Hub

We are very pleased to announce the creation of RE-Source Bulgaria – a new hub to drive forward policy and market developments in the region.

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Cheers to the brewers switching to renewable electricity

Did you know that breweries across Europe are making bold sustainability commitments, decarbonising their operations and using renewable electricity to power their businesses?

Greater diversity of companies sourcing renewable energy

As the corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) market in Europe grows and matures, companies of all sizes are enjoying the environmental and cost benefits of PPAs.

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WindEurope report: Corporate PPAs soared to new heights in 2020

WindEurope’s latest report on 2020 financing and investment trends confirmed last year’s record-breaking year for corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) announcements across Europe.

Mercedes factories to be powered by 100% renewable energy

Daimler have signed a renewable Purchase Power Agreement (PPA) with Statkraft that will enable them to power their Mercedes factories with 100% renewable electricity.

workers installing solar panels

Solar power purchase agreements lit up 2020

While 2020 was positive for renewable energy sourcing in general, solar power had a particularly good year, capturing approximately 1.7 GW of PPA capacity.

Energy consumers across all four Visegrad countries support decarbonisation

A recently conducted survey of large energy consumers across all sectors in the four Visegrad countries (V4) reveals that they have a strong interest in renewable electricity – both self-producing and purchasing.

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PPA signed for largest behind the meter rooftop solar installation in Sweden

Global building materials company, Kingspan, has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with solar energy company Alight. Alight will invest in, deliver and manage a rooftop photovoltaic plant at Kingspan’s state of the art factory in Stigamo, Sweden.

Steering Committee

We work closely with our Steering Committee to ensure that the RE-Source Platform is effective and works well with all its members.