Corporate PPAs -The Risks, Issues and Opportunities

Wednesday 27th November 2019
15:00  -  15:40

Theatre :  Built Environment, Technology and Innovation 

T3

The Corporate PPA market is growing, with total of 13.4 GW of Corporate PPAs signed globally in 2018 (more than double the previous year). This trend is set to continue as corporations continue to be increasingly conscious about managing their energy needs and procuring electricity directly from renewable sources to lower their carbon footprint.

This session will focus on the risks and issues that need to be addressed, and the challenges associated with procuring and negotiating a Corporate PPA.

Mike PedleyDr Mike Pedley Independent Consultant
Mark WestwoodMark Westwood Head of UK Commodity Solution Sales
Ørsted
Matteo Deidda - Vodafone1Matteo Deidda Networks Energy Manager
Vodafone
Zosia RiesnerZosia Riesner Head of Corporate PPA
Lightsource BP

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