European renewables turn to corporates as states retreat

Can corporate PPAs help smooth European power market transformation?

As increased appetite for renewable energy coincides with reduced government support for green initiatives, producers and end-users will need greater access to tools that can help manage risks that relate to price and volume. Corporate power purchase agreements are already being used to great effect in the US, and while the European market is primed to follow suit, some observers are concerned that differing attitudes across the region could pose a risk to growing corporate interest in PPAs.

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