In-house workshop: Revenue and risk assessment of PV PPA projects for banks and investors

Large ground-mounted PV plants are increasingly financed based on PPAs. This is made possible on the one hand by lower investment costs and an increased expected plant lifetime, and on the other hand by rising electricity market revenues. Furthermore, PV is a much less complex technology than wind and offers more stable revenues.

However, as a rule, only projects up to a certain maximum size are eligible for promotion in the German EEG PV auctions. If the park capacity increases significantly, lower LCOE can be realised through economies of scale, especially in purchasing – but these large projects are excluded from EEG subsidies. The project pipeline for merchant projects (i. e. projects without EEG subsidies) is nevertheless growing steadily and the question of revenue hedging and financing is of great importance.


This in-house workshop is explicitly prepared for banks and investors and provides the necessary knowledge for revenue and risk assessment of PV PPA projects.

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