The first offshore wind PPA was also completed, with pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk and biotechnology firm Novozymes due to receive output from Vattenfall’s Kriegers Flak site.
Since 2013, European companies have signed agreements to buy output from 4.7GW of wind power.
Prior to the 1.5GW of PPAs being signed last year, the previous record was about 1.3GW in 2017.
WindEurope stated the EU Clean Energy Package demands the removal of obstacles to corporate PPAs, and that national governments should outline how they intend to do this in their National Energy Plans this year.
"Corporate PPAs are booming. It shows industrial consumers see wind power as competitive and reliable. And it will help allow industry to reduce its energy costs," CEO Giles Dickson added.
"The CO2 benefits are big too: industry accounts for over half of Europe’s electricity consumption."