Limejump in Crossdykes wind farm deal


Limejump has been awarded the contract to trade the power output of the first subsidy-free Scottish wind farm using wind turbines at Crossdykes Wind Farm in Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland.

The 46MW onshore wind farm, developed and owned by Muirhall Energy and WWS Development, is one of the first subsidy-free wind farms in the UK. Notably, Crossdykes is the first subsidy-free wind farm to enter the Grid Balancing Mechanism, and is the largest wind site to enter Limejump’s generation portfolio.

With Crossdykes, Limejump has used intelligent price management to offset risk via a “track & trade” Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). It has used market pricing information to ‘track’ the market and lock the price in at the optimum time.

Limejump will also enter Crossdykes into the Capacity Market. The commercial agreement with Crossdykes was led by Kristina Rabecaite, Senior Business Development Manager at Limejump.

“Bringing subsidy-free wind into the Balancing Mechanism is a red-letter day for the industry. Our collaboration with Muirhall Energy and WWS is part of the new era of maturity in onshore wind and the power trading landscape. Together, we will play a strong role in the journey towards zero net carbon by 2050.”

Kristina Rabecaite, senior business development manager at Limejump.

“The decision by Muirhall Energy and WWS to work with Limejump underlines the depth of market knowledge and trading experience that we have at Limejump. And with us also being a part of the Shell Group, our trading team provides our current and future customers a level of assurance that few of our competitors can provide.

“The Crossdykes contract reinforces our company’s commitment towards a more sustainable energy future and to maximise revenues for all asset owners. We are also determined to fully utilise data science and technology to accelerate the growth of renewables and flexibility in the increasingly decentralised market.”

Catherine Newman, Limejump’s CEO.

“Muirhall Energy and WWS are delighted to have developed the first subsidy-free onshore wind farm using next-generation wind turbines in Scotland. For the Muirhall team to conclude the transaction with Limejump was an important milestone in the Crossdykes journey. We were drawn to Limejump by their technical expertise, trading experience and track-record in renewables.”

Chris Walker, the founder and managing director of Muirhall Energy.
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