Corporate Power Purchase Agreements
The global power markets are rapidly evolving and transitioning towards ever-increasing quantities of clean energy – Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) allow both IPP power producers and buyers to obtain long-term security to sell and buy renewable energy. For both generators and buyers of renewable energy PPA need to address their individual circumstances and risks.
This highly specific course aims to introduce the legal, financial and technical structure and hidden pitfalls of PPAs as a means for Sellers and Buyers to minimise their exposure to volatility of price and volume. The structure of physical and financial PPAs will be thoroughly dissected and put into context of the overall risk assessment of the project transaction. We will compare both types of PPAs, their different tariff structure based on either costs or market price and the implication for the seller and buyer.
Participants will be engaged to discuss recent case studies from around the world, embark on group exercises of risk allocation and will revising real world PPA clauses in order to dig out the gist of this mission critical project agreement.
Training Course Content
- The corporate PPA in context
- Basic types and key features of corporate PPA
- Overall structure of a PPA
- PPA Timing and Milestones
- Pre-Commercial Operation Date Period
- Post-Commercial Operation Date Period
- PPA tariff structures
- Specific considerations for corporate PPA
- Events beyond Business-As-Usual
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Course fee: £3645+VAT
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