partnershipLevelTen Energy, the leading provider of renewable transaction infrastructure, and World Kinect Energy Services, a trusted global leader in energy management, have formed a partnership that enables World Kinect to source power purchase agreements (PPAs) for its clients through the LevelTen Platform.

With this partnership, World Kinect can now leverage the LevelTen Energy Marketplace, the world’s largest PPA marketplace, to select the best PPAs for its clients from over 1,300 projects spanning 21 countries in North America and Europe.

World Kinect can also request custom PPA proposals from over 470 project developers using LevelTen’s RFP Automation Tool.

In addition, the firm and its clients can leverage LevelTen’s comprehensive suite of CFO-Ready™ analytics, which calculates over a billion data points a day, to select a PPA that best matches their energy usage, budget, timeline, location, risk tolerance, and more.

Therese Gjerde, Sr. Director of Sustainability at World Kinect Energy Services, said: “World Kinect Energy Services has a team of more than 5,000 industry experts across the globe, who provide trusted energy advice to help customers acquire the energy they need, reduce their carbon footprint, and protect their budgets.

“With this partnership, our team has a powerful new tool to quickly find and secure PPAs, enabling our clients to reach their goals faster.

“Renewable energy is at the center of the future solutions to combat climate change, and we want to make renewable and low-carbon energy accessible and affordable around the world, utilizing partnerships like this, our infrastructure, and people”

Flemming Sørensen, Vice President of Europe, LevelTen Energy, said: “LevelTen’s mission is to accelerate the energy transition by bringing buyers and sellers together online, and delivering the tools and analysis they need to get deals done quickly.

“We are excited to partner with World Kinect to connect their clients with the best PPAs in the market, which ultimately means more utility-scale clean energy projects will be built, faster.”