May 23, 2024

Bright Sunday empowers FedEx Express with Solar PV System at Madrid Barajas Airport.

FedEx is live with a solar PV system on their roof at their brand new cargo center of Madrid Barajas Airport. 

Fedex solar PV power purchase agreement at Barajas Airport

FedEx decided to get solar energy via a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Bright Sunday. They will now receive clean, renewable energy directly from a solar PV system on their roof. And this without the need to make any investment for the solar PV system. 

FedEx just pays for the electricity. This way, FedEx can focus on its core operations while simultaneously reducing its carbon emissions and energy costs.

Bright Sunday takes care of everything from system design, installation, monitoring, cleaning, service and insurance. FedEx just pays for the electricity. This way, FedEx can focus on its core operations while simultaneously reducing its carbon emissions and energy costs.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with FedEx Express in implementing this forward-thinking solar energy solution,” said Niklas Engström, CEO of Bright Sunday. “I would like to thank both the European and Spanish FedEx teams for great collaboration. We are not only driving environmental sustainability, but also delivering financial benefits.”

Fedex autoconsumo solar pv power purchase agreement PPA

The solar PV system will generate  approximately 95 megawatt hours of electricity annually. This output will cover an estimated 17% of the energy needs of the premises, contributing to reducing dependency on conventional grid power and lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

Bright Sunday collaborates with trusted partners for design and installation. The installation at FedEx was done in close collaboration with Ruano Energía.

Fedex Rooftop solar PV self consumption PPA airport

About FedEx Corp.

FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) provides customers and businesses worldwide with a broad portfolio of transportation, e-commerce and business services. With annual revenue of nearly $88 billion, the company offers integrated business solutions through operating companies competing collectively, operating collaboratively and innovating digitally as one FedEx. FedEx is committed to connecting people and possibilities around the world responsibly and resourcefully, with a goal to achieve carbon-neutral operations by 2040. To learn more, please visit

About Bright Sunday
Everything we do at Bright Sunday aims at lowering CO2 emissions on a global level by making the cleantech transformation easy and profitable for commercial and industrial customers. Our business is to offer cleantech as a service – PPA (Power Purchase Agreements) – with zero upfront investments and savings from day one.
We use premium products only and we take care of licensing, installation, maintenance, insurance and monitoring.

Through partnerships with leading local installers and maintenance partners we make our services available globally. Bright Sunday currently owns and operates a portfolio of 70+ solar PV systems.

Bright Sunday’s is a privately held company and largest owner is Niam Infrastructure with the European Investment Fund as one of the key investors.

For more information:

Bright Sunday
Niklas Engström, CEO