Renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs) have long been important enablers of renewable energy development. They are a means to both providing the revenue certainty that project developers need to secure financing for capital-intensive wind and solar projects, and giving renewable energy buyers access to the renewable energy they desire without up-front capital outlay or the need for development expertise.
This white-paper, the first in a two-part series on the risks associated with renewable PPAs, focuses on how rigorous analysis to support purchase decisions can help buyers properly understand and assess PPA value and risk on a project-by-project basis.
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Download: Lifting the Veil on Hidden Risk in Renewable Power Purchase Agreements