Renewable Energies

PPA

Rising capture prices, requirements for carbon free energy procurement combined with falling electricity generation costs for renewable energy projects boost interest in renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs). In addition, the segment of post-feed-in operation is gaining in importance. We analyze these developments with our models and provide PPA evaluation tools to map the effects of electricity market developments as well as individual PPA parameters from the perspective of electricity producers and offtakers. We quantify the opportunities and risks of a PPA and determine the »fair value«.

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Dr. Nicolai Herrmann
Fon +49 (0)30 695175-0
E-Mail: Nicolai.Herrmann@enervis.de

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