• Global Renewable Energy Company ACCIONA Energía has executed two separate agreements with leading Australian retailer, Coles Group.

The agreements will see Coles purchase large-scale generation certificates (LGC) from ACCIONA Energia’s Mortlake South Wind Farm and Mt Gellibrand Wind Farm. The contracts will underpin Coles’ commitment to sourcing 100% renewable electricity by the end of FY25.

ACCIONA Energía’s Australian Managing Director, Brett Wickham said “we are incredibly proud to be able to support Coles in its transition to renewable electricity. As the world’s largest 100% renewable energy company with no fossil legacy in the world, ACCIONA Energia is uniquely placed to partner with corporates as they shift to renewable energy and towards net zero emissions.”

As part of its ambition to be Australia’s most sustainable supermarket and drive generational sustainability, Coles launched its Together to Zero sustainability ambitions in March 2021. A focus area is Together to zero emissions which is underpinned by new targets to accelerate climate action and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It includes being powered by 100% renewable electricity by the end of FY25, as well as an ambition to deliver net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.  


Partner in Clean Energy Solutions

ACCIONA Energía is a leader in supporting corporates in their commitments to reduce their carbon footprint, integrating clean energy solutions and working together to achieve sustainability goals. Through these partnerships, we are helping Australia meet local targets and transition to a more sustainable future. 

On a global scale, ACCIONA Energía is very active in providing clean energy products and energy supply from its portfolio of renewable energy generation to large organisations and has over 500 contracts in place with many well-known brands. ACCIONA Energía’s corporate partners operate in a wide variety of sectors such as transport, telecommunications, infrastructure, industry, consumer goods and health services. and include well-known names such as Google, Unilever, General Mills, Kellogg’s, and Bosch.