Statkraft supplies ZF with a total of 250 gigawatt hours of wind power for its plants and office locations in Germany. The wind power purchase agreement supports the automotive supplier on its way to switching all locations to 100 percent green power by 2030. As part of a full supply contract for the years 2022 and 2023, ZF and Statkraft have agreed on a green PPA supply concept. Based on a cross-border PPA, Statkraft will deliver 100 gigawatt hours of wind power from wind farms in Zaragoza, Spain to ZF sites in Germany in 2022 and 150 gigawatt hours in 2023. The integration of the green power quantities into the full supply takes place in the form of a baseload delivery.The supplied wind power corresponds to the power consumption of approx. 72,000 German households and reduces ZF's CO2 emissions by 80,000 tonnes annually.In its sustainability initiatives, ZF also aims to generate electricity from wind turbines with its own drive technologies. For example, a planned wind turbine is in the approval phase, which is to be installed at the Belgian site in Lommel, the headquarters of ZF's Wind Power Driveline Technology business unit.