Power Purchase Agreements
A PPA is a contract between the purchaser and supplier of energy or electricity. The PPA contract lays out how much electricity the supplier has promised to place on the grid and how much the consumer will take off. A PPA most often guarantees an electricity price beyond just guaranteeing the supply. A PPA however can never deliver electricity attributes that are different from the grid-average unless a tracking certificate (like GOs) are transferred in combination with the electricity. A PPA is a private document and as such the delivery of attributes, such as the attributes delivered with a GO, would be double counted as they are not removed from the grid-average fuel mix in a residual mix.
- Agenda seminar on development of REC/GO markets in the UK and internationally, London 25 September 2017
- Agenda seminar Renewables Good Practice (ReGP) in London, 26 September 2017
- Does the EU renewables sector need a guarantees of origin market?
- Development of the Guarantees of Origin Market 2016 Key Facts Report
- Annual Report 2016
- Agenda workshop "Consuming renewables in Japan" (Japanese version)
- RECS International Annual Report 2016
- RECS Magazine - The rise of the corporate consumer
- RECS International Annual Report 2015
- RECS Magazine - Encouraging demand-side action to influence production-side change
- Launch of the GHG Protocol Scope 2 Guidance Report
- Happy Holidays from RECS International