45-minute masterclass: Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPAs)
This live, online masterclass offers sustainability and energy professionals a unique opportunity to experience how Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPAs) can be utilised by end-user businesses to achieve renewable energy commitments – all in under an hour.
As CPPAs become a popular tool for businesses to meet their energy needs in a sustainable way, this 45-minute session will offer a detailed overview of the agreements and the key considerations when adopting them.
Brought to you in association with Danish renewable energy company Ørsted, the masterclass will be broadcast live and will involve two short presentations: the first will be delivered by Ørsted – explaining exactly what CPPAs are and how they could benefit businesses – while the second will take the form of an end-user case study, delivered by a company that has recently adopted a CPPA.
The session will conclude with a question and answer session, offering masterclass registrants the opportunity to ask the speakers their own questions about CPPAs.
- What is a CPPA is and why could it benefit your business?
- Key considerations when going down the CPPA route for renewable energy
- Choosing the right CPPA partner
Insight Editor, edie
James Evison is the insight editor for edie.net, creating and covering the latest reports and news for sustainability, energy and resource efficiency professionals.
Head of UK Commodity Solution Sales, ØRSTED
Mark has over 20 years’ experience in the energy industry working with clients on projects including PPAs, Renewable Commodity contracts and Energy Risk Management. Mark works collaboratively with clients to identify, develop and implement bespoke energy solutions to provide cost and carbon reductions. This is with the aim of improving the clients bottom line, enhancing their CSR credentials whilst allowing them to focus on their core business activities.
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