Under the terms of the power purchase agreement (PPA), power generated from the Invenergy’s Wake Wind facility will be sold to Owens Cornin.

The wind farm can generate power required to power 32,000 homes annually.

In October, Owens Corning announced its plans to reduce greenhouse gas and toxic air emissions through renewable energy initiatives.

Owens Corning vice president and chief sustainability officer Frank O’Brien-Bernini said: "Our ambitious and impactful greenhouse gas reduction goal is being made more achievable by collaborating with great partners, like Invenergy, to execute large scale wind energy agreements like this."

Invenergy sales and marketing vice-president Craig Gordon said: "Over the last few years there has been a seismic shift in the way corporate customers like Owens Corning have thought about the value proposition of renewable energy.

"By acting now, these customers are taking advantage of extremely competitive long-term wind energy pricing, as well as facilitating the transition to a sustainable and clean energy economy."

In support of the renewable sector, Owens Corning supplies high performance glass fiber reinforcements for wind turbine blades.

The PPA comes a day after Invenergy, along with its joint venture partner Enerco, commissioned the 37.5MW Gorzyca wind farm in Darlowo and Malechowo, Poland.

Located approximately 16km from the Baltic Sea near the towns of Darlowo and Malechowo, the wind facility is expected to contribute to the country’s Renewable Energy Standard target of 20% by 2021.