Practical models and techniques for analyzing & structuring, drafting, and negotiating Renewable Energy PPAs for bankable green investments in today’s competitive energy markets
In the global marketplace of 2020s, both developed and developing economies urgently need to master the key techniques and models for transforming to renewable generation while strengthening the reliability of new energy markets and systems.
These focus on adapting and negotiating the latest models for Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreements (RE PPAs) and on rapidly attracting new private investments in renewable energy sources. Unlike past fossil-fuel-based Independent Power Project (IPP) models that featured standardised take-or-pay contracts – today’s renewable energy markets demand more innovative incentives to attract RE supply, conform to RE generation availability, ensure power system reliability, as well as more attractive and sustainable mixtures of fuel sources.
Government power sector strategies are now struggling to choose among different practical incentives for new private investments in the renewable technologies including solar energy, wind power, bio-mass incineration and mini-hydro investments.
This interactive 5-session workshop will provide clear explanations of the new models of Renewable Energy PPA risk allocation, of ensuring project bankability, of allowing RE generators to compete in energy markets and power pools. The practical models for RE investment credit enhancements will be demonstrated through a series of real case examples of RE PPA contracts, renewable project finance transactions, and competitive energy markets. Case Studies will include real examples from Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and North America.
- Best practices from international case studies of successful RE PPAs to avoid common pitfalls
- Direct the legal design of RE PPAs based on your own company’s risk profile and corporate goals
- Lead strategies for the design and regulation of new competitive electricity markets to attract renewable private power investments
- Develop clear incentives for bankable private investments in renewable energy generation
- Environmental, social & governance (ESG) impact mitigation techniques to ensure sustainability
- Manage successful renewable power project finance transactions
“A well delivered course and a trainer with deep experience. Particularly valuable sessions included the group work negotiating a PPA.” - Associate Director, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
“This was well delivered training - covering many aspects both theory and practical.” - Power Engineer, Marsh
“I wish to express my thanks to you for the chance given to follow this training. Since I am an Engineer, I come from a very technical background and through this training I have learned a lot about the purchase agreements’ terms and laws.” - System Planning Engineer, Central Electricity Board
“I found the course was well structured and the material as well as the presenter were very engaging. By far the biggest takeaway was the insight and discussions from the group activity.” - Chief Executive Officer, Premier Solution