Power Purchase Agreements

If you make your own green energy, and you've got a generation capacity of more than 250kW, a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) could help you get the best price when you sell your energy on.

Power Purchase Agreements

What is a Power Purchase Agreement?

A Power Purchase Agreement, or PPA, is a contract for generating and selling your own energy. It lets you sell the energy you generate to us, so we can sell it on to homes and businesses, while offering you the best price.

We specialise in PPAs for renewable energy generated from wind, hydro, solar, anaerobic digestion, tidal and wave power. But we can also help if you make your green energy another way.

Why choose a PPA?

- Protect and isolate your business from wholesale market fluctuations

- Generate a stable and secure energy supply for your businesses future

What type of PPA can you get?

We’ve got bespoke options for every type of green energy generation – whether you’ve got several installations or just one, and whether you want a fixed price or more flexibility.

We can even help if your generation’s not up and running yet, with a New Connections team that specialises in import and export meter installations.

Our team will help maximise your return, and we manage every subsidy mechanism.

Merchant Wind & Solar energy generation

Businesses choosing our Merchant Wind Power scheme to get a dedicated green energy supply on their own property have a Behind the Meter PPA so the energy they need is supplied directly from the on-site wind or solar installation, with any excess exported back into the grid to supply our customers.

We also offer Sleeved PPAs so you're businesses energy demands can be virtually reconciled to a dedicated wind or solar installation located off-site.

To make sure you get the best option for your generation, visit our website, email business.sales@ecotricity.co.uk or call 0345 600 1994.

N.B. The information contained in this entry is provided by the above supplier, and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the publisher