3-4 September 2019
A meeting point for potential buyers and sellers of renewable energy Power Purchase Agreements, Corporate PPAs.
The evaluation showed that the conference last year was a huge success and 100% wanted it to return. Against this background, we have decided to organize another RE-Scandinavia conference 2019.
This year's conference will mainly focus on wind power and the Nordic / Scandinavian market, although elements of solar energy etc. will be included. RE-Scandinavia 2019 fits both the experienced and new PPA operators.
The set-up is similar to last year, 2 informative half days and a networking dinner.
Registration will open shortly.
A meeting point for potential buyers and sellers of renewable energy Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)
Renewable energy such as wind power and solar power are becoming the most affordable technologies for power generating technologies in many markets. That increases the need for fully market-based solutions to finance and deploy projects. Corporate renewable energy PPAs are attracting much attention – politically and among renewable energy investors.
The event will gather potential buyers and sellers of renewable energy. It will provide insights into the emerging market for renewable energy PPAs, while seeking to identify the needs and possibilities on both sides of the deal.
What is PPA?
A Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is a bilateral long-term contract under which a business agrees to purchase electricity directly from an energy generator.
For the supplier of electricity Corporate PPA’s provide long-term revenue stability and cashflow certainty, which improves bankability and, thus, reduces cost of capital.
The off taker of long term renewable energy contracts gain an easily identifiable supply of renewable energy to offset consumption, while mitigating fuel and electricity price risk.
The conference will offer inspiring and instructive presentations. We will discuss how to structure successful power purchase agreements, which will give you clear explanations of models and risk allocation. Learn how some of the largest deals have been structured from the dealmakers themselves. Take part of knowledge sharing and networking, and not least matchmaking for new business opportunities.