Under one of its two PPAs, J&J will acquire power from Ørsted’s 250MW Sparta Solar facility in Texas.
The other agreement entitles the pharmaceutical company to power from the Kilgarvan Wind Farm in County Kerry and Booltiagh Wind Farm I in County Clare, Ireland.
The PPA for the Sparta Solar project includes a contract capacity of 55MW.
This solar project is part of the Helena Energy Centre, a 518MW wind and solar project for which Ørsted took a final investment decision earlier this year.
The PPA for the two Irish wind farms is an eight-year commercial agreement intended to address the power requirements of J&J’s four manufacturing facilities in Ireland.
Ørsted onshore vice-president Melissa Peterson said: “I’m pleased that we’re teaming up with Johnson & Johnson to assist them with their ambitious goals for their global operations, which include sourcing 100% of their electricity from renewable sources by 2025.
“It’s excellent that we’re able to match their power needs in both the US and Irish markets with flexible and custom-built solutions.”
Ørsted’s corporate PPA (CPPA) with Google covers a 12-year period.
The CPPA is intended to help Google fulfil its commitment to powering all its data centres, campuses and Cloud regions with carbon-free energy by 2030.
“We share Ørsted’s commitment for a carbon-free future and are optimistic about the important role offshore wind can play in enabling other entities to join the 24/7 carbon-free movement.”
Ørsted aims to become carbon-neutral in its energy generation by 2025 and decarbonise its entire value chain by 2040.