Wednesday, 12 October 2022 by Christian Tullberg, René Frisdahl Jensen Andreas Schønbeck
A Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) is often characterised as a key driver for the green transition. But what is a PPA, and how does it work as a contract document within the green transition? A PPA is a power supply agreement between an investor/developer and a buyer on the purchase of a specific power production.
Given the increased investment costs due to raw material prices of photovoltaic and wind plants (capital-intensive capacity), it is increasingly advantageous for developers to sign PPAs, securing the projects´ bankability. In fact, it is convenient that the cash flow of a new big plant coming online is known in advance, otherwise, it will be more
The rush in wholesale prices of gas and electricity also drives up the average prices of long-term contracts (PPA) for renewable energy. Long-term power purchase agreements provide the assurance that the project will bring the expected return on investment upon completion, reducing the uncertainty of cash flow derived from the sale of energy on the
Wednesday, 16 March 2022 by Marc Goldberg
Companies should now develop strategies on how to switch to renewable energies through Power Purchase Agreements. Key facts If you want to operate sustainably, you should deal intensively with how the future energy supply can be secured. To this end, companies should start in good time to set up an appropriate procurement strategy that takes