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Seven trends to make or break corporate PPAs

In this article, published in PV Magazine International’s September 2018 edition, Everoze partner Ragna Schmidt-Haupt is putting corporate PPAs to the test.

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Synthetic Corporate PPAs: what in the world are they!?

August 2018 Have you been hearing about synthetic PPAs a lot recently, but are not really sure what it is all about? Trust me, you’re not the only one!  In my last post we saw a snapshot of the synthetic C&I PPA model along with two other C&I PPA models –private wire and sleeved PPAs. If you

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Will blockchain solve the problem of Renewables Guarantees of Origin?

The Energy Web Foundation (EWF) is developing a global open-source blockchain for energy – and wants to use it to certify green power. Could this work?

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Battery Storage in the GB Capacity Market

The latest T-4 auction for the GB Capacity Market closed last week. How did batteries fare this time round? We lay it out for you in 3 graphs.

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Shock prices in UK Capacity Market drive Battery model 2.0

Are you ready for battery model 2.0? The shock low UK Capacity Market price of £8.40/kW/yr is prompting creative solutions – read Everoze’s analysis here

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Your essential cribsheet to the top 3 corporate PPA models

With a global trend towards the end of subsidies for renewables and demand for green energy increasing year-on-year, a key challenge is how subsidy-free renewable energy projects will be funded.

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Price capturing: French renewables’ new hobby?

Is the captured price a relevant indicator and should one take it into account for a project? The answer is yes.

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How low can you go? Why the Dutch offshore tender could hit €100/MWh

Everoze Partner Paul Reynolds give his take on the prospects for a super-competitive outcome for the forthcoming Dutch offshore wind tender

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Some offshore wind innovation risks we really shouldn’t overlook

Everoze partner Jo de Montgros asks how do we prevent innovation and new entrants to offshore wind from unsettling the strong levels of confidence in the finance sector?

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