International: Corporate PPA pricing and risk allocation (Webinar)

In brief

As corporates continue to be challenged, to develop and deliver on sustainability goals, and seek to hedge electricity prices in an extraordinarily volatile market, global corporate PPA volumes continue to soar despite the economic fallout caused by COVID-19.

With the global market for corporate PPAs rapidly evolving and becoming more complex, both existing and new buyers have sought to come to grips with the range of new deal and buyer structures, regulatory complications, cross-border issues and shifts in risk profile.


Contents

Session 3: Corporate PPA Pricing and Risk Allocation

Session 3 provides a more detailed discussion on pricing issues and how risk allocation has been changing given global economic conditions.
Topics include:

  • A focus on key pricing issues for new and existing buyers.
  • Key differences in pricing approaches in the main corporate PPA markets.
  • Hot issues in risk allocation for 2021 deals.

 

Asia Pacific Focus
Speakers:
 Clyde (Skip) E. Rankin, IIIMurray Bowler

 

NA and EMEA Focus
Speakers:
 Clyde (Skip) E. Rankin, III, Marc Fèvre

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Multijurisdiction: Corporate PPA structures and regulatory Issues (Webinar) 

Multijurisdiction: Evolution and 2021 outlook of the global corporate PPA market (Webinar)

Multijurisdiction: A global buyers' guide to PPAs in emerging markets (Webinar)


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