With subsidies removed and embedded benefits reduced, the financial landscape for generators is changing. Following our recent generators webinar, Chris Smith, Head of Renewable Sales, discusses the range of Power Purchase Agreements we provide to match the requirements of our customers.
Changes to generation subsidies and embedded benefits tend to dominate the headlines, but a key aspect of a generators’ revenue is still very much in their control – how much they are paid for their power.
Construction has begun on one of only a handful of onshore wind energy projects to have been awarded a Contract for Difference.
Work on the Achlachan project in the far north of Scotland started after developer Whirlwind Renewables signed a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with SmartestEnergy.
The 10MW, five turbine project - 17 miles from John O’Groats - is scheduled to be commissioned in early January 2019.
Once construction is completed at the site at Watten in Caithness, the Senvion...
CDP’s recent Global Supply Chain Report 2018 shows that more global companies are widening their sustainability focus to include the emissions from their supply chains. Michael Watts, Strategic Sales Manager, explains why businesses should embrace this opportunity to amplify their impact.
Many corporates have taken great strides with their sustainability ambitions over the past few years, particularly when it comes to reducing carbon emissions from their operations.
Renewable energy has been a...
Hear Chris Smith, Head of Renewable Sales, discussing our upcoming webinar for generators.
In the webinar, we will cover:
Power prices and what factors are impacting them
Choosing the right PPA for your risk strategy
Key trends and issues to look out for in 2018
> Register for the webinar here
After a three-day auction of fourteen rounds, the Capacity Market T-4 auction cleared at £8.40/kW, a significant decrease from last year’s £22.50/kW. Boz Bozhkov, Head of Markets, comments on the provisional results.
The Capacity Market T-4 auction closed yesterday at £8.40/kW/year, securing 50.4GW of capacity for Winter 2021/2022. Existing generation won the majority of this capacity.
The pre-auction price expectations from industry experts ranged from £25/kW/year to £17/kW/year, however the ...