HS1 planning renewables CPPAs for its power needs

Train operator High Speed 1 is planning to use sleeved trades from renewables corporate power purchase agreements for the majority of its baseload power.
The company is now procuring an electricity supply contract for the five years from 1 April 2025. Its electricity volume requirement for both traction and non-traction is around 220 GWh per year.
HS1 Limited has a 30-year concession to own, operate and maintain High Speed 1 (HS1), the 109km rail line between St Pancras International in London and the Channel Tunnel, as well as the stations along the route – St Pancras International, Stratford International, Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International. it connects the international high-speed routes between London and Paris, London and Brussels and London and Amsterdam, as well as the domestic route from London to Kent.