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Latest News: RE24 facilitates and manages Keppel DC REIT’s PPAs

Our client, Keppel DC REIT entered into a 10-year wind PPA with Greencoat Renewables.
The agreement lets Keppel DC REIT to power up their data centres in Ireland.

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Keppel DC REIT

Singapore-based real estate investment trust that operates two data centres in Ireland. The data centres get 81% of energy demand from 10-year wind PPA secured through RE24

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Leading Green Hydrogen producer and refueling station in the UK. Motive sourced their traceable green energy from a solar PPA secured through RE24


Family owned sea port operator in port of London. Seacon sells their solar energy through RE24. Better value and good use for their excess solar

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A well-established business park in Wales with multiple tenants in their business park is using RE24 for their Energy and Emission Insights

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Case Study – Keppel and Greencoat

Case Study

Power Purchase Agreement between Keppel DC REIT and Greencoat Renewables

Posted on May 13, 2024

RE24’s client Keppel DC REIT (Keppel) entered into 67 GWh, 10-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Greencoat Renewables.

This case study outlines the collaborative efforts between Greencoat Renewables and Keppel DC REIT, and highlights RE24’s role in enabling this transformative alliance.

Blog – UKLCS


Low Carbon Hydrogen Standards: A Comprehensive Look

Posted on February 06, 2024

‘UK Low Carbon Hydrogen Standard’ was introduced as a methodology for assessing hydrogen production emissions throughout its lifecycle.
The latest revision (Version 3) was issued on December 2023. It has imposed an emission threshold for green hydrogen, 20 grams of carbon dioxide equivalent per megajoule of Hydrogen Product.

News – Keppel and Greencoat


RE24 Facilitated A 10-Year PPA Between Keppel DC REIT and Greencoat Renewables

Posted on April 24, 2024

RE24’s client Keppel DC REIT (Keppel) entered into 10-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Greencoat Renewables.

Greencoat Renewables is supplying Keppel DC REIT up to 67 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of renewable energy annually. The energy comes from its wind farm, Ballybane Phase 1, located in County Cork, Ireland.

Guide – UKLCHS_PPA eidential reporting

Compliance Guide

UK Low Carbon Hydrogen Standards – PPA Compliance Requirement

Posted on February 05, 2024

Our compliance guide on the reporting requirement for UK Low Carbon Hydrogen Standards (LCHS) under electricity supply from a PPA provides detailed and simplified requirements evidential reporting requirements. Discover how to seamlessly meet LCHS regulations while securing clean energy for your green hydrogen production.

Download the free guide today!

Blog – CRU Review


A Closer Look at the CRU Review on Large Energy User Connections

Posted on January 23, 2024

Ireland’s independent authority over energy and water regulations is the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU). Their main functions are protecting consumers, maintaining a high standard of supply, and fostering industrial competitiveness. They have launched the Consultation on Large Energy User Connections Policy as part of Ireland’s agenda for sustainability and NetZero. The consultation period began on January 12, 2024, and scheduled until February 26, 2024.

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