Proactively managing risks to accomplish your long-term energy goals using renewable PPAs

Type: White Paper
Categories: Commercial, Industrial, Solar, Sourcing Renewables, Wind
Date Published: 4/10/2017
Author: By Renewable Choice Energy
Primary Topic: Sourcing Renewables

This white paper, presented by Renewable Choice Energy, outlines how long-term renewable energy contracts, if correctly executed, can help commercial and industrial organizations mitigate risks within their businesses.

In this 14-page guide, the team at Renewable Choice Energy also explores the risks associated with corporate power purchase agreements, or PPAs, and how to effectively manage those risks to ensure success.  

The team writes: 

PPAs for C&I buyers are still relatively new. They're nuanced. That means that many buyers, rightly, are cautious about entering into a long-term renewable commitment. For most businesses, a 10 to 20-year contract length is longer than any other supply contract. However, there are three key risks associated with not thinking long-term about renewable supply that have the potential to dramatically impact organizations. A PPA can help companies manage the impacts of these risks — or eliminate them altogether.

 

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