Corporate Energy Sourcing from Off-Site Renewable Energy Projects
Recorded on Tuesday, July 7, 2015:
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Following the pioneering efforts of companies like Google, Walmart, Ikea, Mars, Microsoft, and Apple, a growing number of corporations are exploring opportunities to buy the output of offsite renewable energy projects, and sometimes even the projects themselves. Corporate end-use customers represent an important and growing market for renewable energy projects, but the opportunity is not free from challenges. Corporate energy buyers have much less energy transaction experience than the utilities that renewable energy developers are used to dealing with, and state and federal energy laws often pose obstacles to structuring a transaction that will enable an end use customer to purchase renewable energy for its own use. Even so, corporate end-users, driven by a desire to reduce carbon footprints or meet clean energy goals, or simply to control energy costs, are working with developers to design new tools that will enable customers to buy the renewable energy that they want from off site projects.
The panel will address the following topics:
- Synthetic power purchase agreements, contracts for differences and other structures used to purchase offsite renewable energy
- Dodd-Frank, derivative accounting and other surprisingly manageable bête noires
- Direct Access Service
- Green Tariffs
Please join us for this timely discussion of new ideas and transaction structures for procuring renewable energy.
Eric Freedman, Partner, K&L Gates LLP
Teresa Hill, Partner, K&L Gates LLP
William Holmes, Partner, K&L Gates LLP
Hervé Touati, Managing Director, Rocky Mountain Institute
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