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Saint-Gobain Signs New Major Renewable Electricity Supply Agreement with TotalEnergies

In exciting news, Saint-Gobain has signed a 15-year renewable electricity supply agreement (Power Purchase Agreement or PPA) with TotalEnergies for the purchase of solar power for our 125 industrial sites in North America (United States and Canada).

This 100 MW PPA, known as the Danish Fields Solar Project (Danish Fields), is expected to offset Saint-Gobain’s North American CO2 emissions from electricity (scope 2 emissions) by 90,000 Metric Tons per year.

Our first PPA, with the Blooming Grove Wind Farm in Illinois, was signed in 2020, and the second, with TotalEnergies’ Cottonwood Bayou Solar Project in Texas, was signed in 2022. The Danish Fields Solar project is expected to come online by the end of 2024.

Saint-Gobain Leads the Way at 2023 Climate Week

Saint-Gobain’s presence at Climate Week included the second of our highly anticipated Sustainable Construction Talks, organized by our Sustainable Construction Observatory.

The Sustainable Construction Observatory was born through our goal to play a key role in the transition of the construction sector and become a reference company, both as a pioneer and driver, to bring all stakeholders on board with us.

Through our research, Sustainable Construction Talk series, and our digital magazine, Constructing a Sustainable Future, we continue our efforts globally and in North America to break barriers in decarbonizing the built environment.

Journey to 2030

To achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, Saint-Gobain must reach key milestones by 2030. Introducing a new series highlighting the lessons we are learning on our journey to be the leader in light and sustainable construction.

Saint-Gobain Planting in Tanzania

We are planting trees in Tanzania, creating sustainable livelihoods for local communities affected by deforestation. This project creates jobs for women, generates income for farmers through agroforestry and educates local youth.

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