Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) work in many different contexts. They can be used to support the development of new projects or for the energy supply of existing projects. They can be written by independent electricity producers, governments or utilities. They can operate in regions where electricity exchanges and markets are sophisticated and they can also operate in developing countries with a single buyer and a centralized supplier of monopoly electricity. In the sessions of this course, we deal with each of these contexts. This course will be maintained virtually in June with online meeting technology. For more information, please contact learning@euromoney.com This course is fully interactive and participants receive copies of material electronically. If you want to do this course in a place that suits you or if you want a fully customized learning solution, we can help. According to the IEA, “more than 70% of the $2 trillion needed each year to invest in energy supply comes either from state-run companies or from a total or partial guarantee of revenue.” This revenue guarantee is generally offered in the form of an aerating contract in the electricity sector and is therefore a decisive element in a project financing environment for IPPs. The banking capacity of AAEs is particularly demanding, as the growth in electricity demand occurs in emerging countries, with a creditworthiness to say the least doubtful of customers. Therefore, the banking capacity of AAEs is determined not only by complex contractual clauses under the trade agreement, but also by the electricity sector and the national context in which pip invested abroad operates. In most years, the project, which has been implemented, requires additional credit enhancement instruments to support the PPP in order to achieve its level of funding. For all participants in a course based in London, VAT will be charged as part of the participation fee.

Participants will attend an interactive seminar that will discuss several case studies around the world, read AAE-type agreements and participate in a mock AAE negotiation. Throughout the course, the course leader combines theoretical aspects with real-world case studies, actual models of AAE contracts, pricing and specific risks and their mitigation methods. The live online course remains interactive at all times with the full participation of all participants. You can also collect your VAT on courses that take place outside the UK and we recommend that you contact VAT IT, our specialist partner, to discuss how to do so. Our live webinars for virtual learning offer participants live access to coaches, and there will be an opportunity for live questions and answers. When you access Zoom, you`ll be asked to activate your audio and video. Participants are encouraged to have their audio and video recordings turned on during the course to actively participate in live questions and answers. A comprehensive all-in-one course covering all key elements of successful gas and LNG strategies The course will cover the legal and commercial aspects of the PPA and will include specific examples of PPAs for solar farms, wind farms, rooftop solar photovoltaic projects, contracts for difference, virtual PPAs, corporate PPAs and the purchase of credits for renewable energy.

This course is not only about listening and learning, but about a very interactive and immersive experience. As an independent training provider, the Green Power Academy offers an unbiased and unseeded look at the most important foundations of PPAs. Participants in this GLOMACS training course receive in-depth training on the topics covered by the course outline, with the coach using a variety of proven teaching and placement techniques for adult education. The course methodology includes a course format, a manual, case studies and practical problem-solving sessions and interactive discussions.