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De-risking PPAs to achieve sustainable, long-term energy contacts

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11-12 March, 2020

Corporate Renewables 2020 is not a conference or a summit. The event delivers a series of curated networking experiences designed to help you to assess the economic viability of corporate renewable PPAs, learn about innovative deal structures and understand how they can be applicable to your company.

Why Attend

Shareholders, employees, customers and a wide range of stakeholders require corporates to show a tangible, impactful commitment to renewable energy. As global energy usage and needs are re-defined by these groups, corporates are increasingly focused on reducing their environmental footprint and securing lower energy costs.  Corporate PPAs enable companies to achieve their carbon emission reduction goals and are gaining momentum globally.

The size and frequency of deals have increased quickly in recent years to more complex and innovative buyer consortia, VFA and proxy swap agreements. However, in Europe the business model for PPAs is yet to reach its potential. The total volume of corporate renewable PPAs signed in Europe in 2018 amassed to 1.9 GW while in the States it reached 8.5 GW.

You’ll delve deep into European inter-connectedness and regulation, risk mitigation and creating strong partnerships between the procurer and generator. You’ll also analyse emerging contracts and the financial and operational benefits they offer corporates. The collegial discussion promotes transparent free flowing discussions in an informal setting and under strict Chatham House Rules.

Walk away from the event with a clear road map for your next negotiation and valuable intel on how others are creating cost effective, sustainable, green PPAs.

Who Will Be There

50%
Corporate
25%
Developers / Utilities
15%
Investors
10%
Wider Eco-system

Corporate

Developers / Utilities

Investors

Wider Eco-system

Co-chairs and attendees

 

Geoff Mackey

Corporate Affairs & Sustainability Director
BASF

Geoff was brought up on a small family farm in South Armagh, N. Ireland, he read biology in Liverpool and followed it with a range of post graduate qualifications in Health & Safety and management including a sleepless MBA. His doctorate concerned the strategic business value of social networks.

He is a Director of BASF plc, responsible for a service portfolio in UK & Ireland and BASF’s Sustainability network in Europe.

Geoff Mackey

Corporate Affairs & Sustainability Director
BASF

Geoff Mackey

Corporate Affairs & Sustainability Director
BASF

Geoff was brought up on a small family farm in South Armagh, N. Ireland, he read biology in Liverpool and followed it with a range of post graduate qualifications in Health & Safety and management including a sleepless MBA. His doctorate concerned the strategic business value of social networks.

He is a Director of BASF plc, responsible for a service portfolio in UK & Ireland and BASF’s Sustainability network in Europe.

He has been within the BASF group for almost 20 years and advises a wide range of strategic and tactical groups inside and outside BASF covering private, public and third sector organizations in sectors including science, environment and further education.

 

Albrecht Zimmerman

Senior Category Manager
Carlsberg

Albrecht Zimmerman

Senior Category Manager
Carlsberg

Albrecht Zimmerman

Senior Category Manager
Carlsberg
 

Vanessa Miler

Head of Energy and Sustainability
Microsoft

Renewable Energy Strategist at Microsoft’s Cloud Operations + Innovation,  works on energy strategy, renewable energy procurement and investment. 12 years+ of experience in unlocking capital for renewable energy and environment projects in the USA, EMEA and emerging markets.  Former senior adviser on climate finance and UNFCCC negotiations at the French Ministry of Energy. French and Indian national. Masters degree from Sciences-Po Paris and ENA - Ecole Nationale d'Administration.

Vanessa Miler

Head of Energy and Sustainability
Microsoft

Vanessa Miler

Head of Energy and Sustainability
Microsoft

Renewable Energy Strategist at Microsoft’s Cloud Operations + Innovation,  works on energy strategy, renewable energy procurement and investment. 12 years+ of experience in unlocking capital for renewable energy and environment projects in the USA, EMEA and emerging markets.  Former senior adviser on climate finance and UNFCCC negotiations at the French Ministry of Energy. French and Indian national. Masters degree from Sciences-Po Paris and ENA - Ecole Nationale d'Administration.

 

Michael Waldron

Head of Investment Team and project leader of the World Energy Investment report
International Energy Agency

Michael Waldron is the Head of Investment Team and project leader of the World Energy Investment report at the International Energy Agency. His work focuses on investment in the electricity and renewables sector, trends in energy financing and implications of energy investment for meeting energy security and sustainability goals. He was previously the project manager and a lead author of the IEA’s Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report. Prior to joining the IEA, Mr Waldron worked at Lehman Brothers in New York and London.

Michael Waldron

Head of Investment Team and project leader of the World Energy Investment report
International Energy Agency

Michael Waldron

Head of Investment Team and project leader of the World Energy Investment report
International Energy Agency

Michael Waldron is the Head of Investment Team and project leader of the World Energy Investment report at the International Energy Agency. His work focuses on investment in the electricity and renewables sector, trends in energy financing and implications of energy investment for meeting energy security and sustainability goals. He was previously the project manager and a lead author of the IEA’s Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report. Prior to joining the IEA, Mr Waldron worked at Lehman Brothers in New York and London. Mr Waldron obtained his Masters in International Energy Policy & International Economics at Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and his Bachelor’s degree in Economics & Government at Cornell University.

 

Andor Savelkouls

Head of Energy Sourcing, EMEA
Airproducts

Andor Savelkouls is head of the energy sourcing group for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at Air Products. He has responsibility for energy procurement and energy project development in this region.

Andor Savelkouls

Head of Energy Sourcing, EMEA
Airproducts

Andor Savelkouls

Head of Energy Sourcing, EMEA
Airproducts

Andor Savelkouls is head of the energy sourcing group for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at Air Products. He has responsibility for energy procurement and energy project development in this region.

Mr. Savelkouls joined Air Products in The Netherlands in 2000 as a participant in the company’s Career Development Program, for which he also relocated to the U.K. in 2001 as part of his final assignment. In 2002 he started as a project development engineer for the Generated Gases product supply team (PST). He then moved back to The Netherlands in 2004 to join the Energy & Materials organization as an energy analyst for the Corporate Energy group. From 2008-2013 he held a variety of positions as energy manager for countries within Europe before being appointed regional procurement manager for EMEA Procurement in 2014, responsible for managing the energy sourcing team and providing cost-effective energy supply schemes.

Mr. Savelkouls holds a master’s degree in chemical engineering from the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands.

 

Oliver Bardet

Head of Global Pricing and Structuring
Enel

After 15 years in various trading roles, across various countries, Oliver joined Enel Green Power two years ago mainly as a support function in the PPA negotiation process, designing and pricing the revenue structure at Global Level. Most of the activity is concentrated in the USA, Mexico and Australia followed by South America and Europe. 

Oliver Bardet

Head of Global Pricing and Structuring
Enel

Oliver Bardet

Head of Global Pricing and Structuring
Enel

After 15 years in various trading roles, across various countries, Oliver joined Enel Green Power two years ago mainly as a support function in the PPA negotiation process, designing and pricing the revenue structure at Global Level. Most of the activity is concentrated in the USA, Mexico and Australia followed by South America and Europe. 

 

Carlos Sanchez

Corporate Manager Environment
PMI

My background is in industrial engineering and I hold an INSEAD MBA. During my 20+ years of experience I have help companies reduced their energy consumption and invest in renewables.

I joined PMI 6 years ago to be in charge of our 46 factories’ energy management program and afterwards as global manager for environment, developing programs like:

Carlos Sanchez

Corporate Manager Environment
PMI

Carlos Sanchez

Corporate Manager Environment
PMI

My background is in industrial engineering and I hold an INSEAD MBA. During my 20+ years of experience I have help companies reduced their energy consumption and invest in renewables.

I joined PMI 6 years ago to be in charge of our 46 factories’ energy management program and afterwards as global manager for environment, developing programs like:

  • Carbon emissions;
    • setting SBTi targets,
    • developing a new PMI’s Carbon footprint model,
    • creating a renewable on-site energy investing scheme based on MACC curve,
    • doubling PMI renewable electricity sourced achieving 64% in 2018,
    • performing a Climate Change Risk Assessment following TCFD investor recommendations.
    • Carbon neutrality factory
  • Water reduction;
    • Alliance for Water Stewardship
    • Water footprint
  • Reporting: DJSI, CDP last 2 years

Supplier engagement: CDP Supply Chain program last 3 years

 

Ian Berry

Head of Energy and Infrastructure
Aviva Investors

Ian Berry leads the Infrastructure equity business at Aviva Investors, the global asset management arm of Aviva plc.

Ian Berry

Head of Energy and Infrastructure
Aviva Investors

Ian Berry

Head of Energy and Infrastructure
Aviva Investors

Ian Berry leads the Infrastructure equity business at Aviva Investors, the global asset management arm of Aviva plc.

Since joining Aviva Investors in 2009, Ian led the early-stage growth of the infrastructure team investing across both debt and equity. Ian now oversees the equity team providing a range of yield-driven investment solutions for clients through the acquisition and active managing of infrastructure assets. The team manages assets both in the UK and continental Europe, and has been particularly active in the low carbon infrastructure and social infrastructure sectors with specific experience in solar PV, wind, energy from waste, fibre/broadband networks, energy efficiency and PFI/PPP.

Ian also is the portfolio manager of a number of funds and segregated mandates, including the Aviva Investors Infrastructure Income Fund, focused on providing investors with long term cashflows from unleveraged infrastructure assets in the UK.

Ian has over 20 years’ experience in infrastructure finance as a fund manager, investor, debt provider and financial adviser, with previous roles at BlueCrest Capital, Ambac Assurance and Deutsche Bank.

Ian holds an MEng in Engineering, Economics and Management from St Peter’s College, Oxford.

 

Domenico Tripodi

Investment Director
PKA AIP

Domenico is an Investment Director and is responsible for sourcing and executing investments. Since Domenico joined AIP in 2017, he has assisted with the acquisition of Walney Extension offshore wind farm and has been responsible for the Blakliden and Faborberget onshore wind farms (“Blafa”) acquisition.

Domenico Tripodi

Investment Director
PKA AIP

Domenico Tripodi

Investment Director
PKA AIP

Domenico is an Investment Director and is responsible for sourcing and executing investments. Since Domenico joined AIP in 2017, he has assisted with the acquisition of Walney Extension offshore wind farm and has been responsible for the Blakliden and Faborberget onshore wind farms (“Blafa”) acquisition.

Prior to joining AIP, Domenico spent 2 years at Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners as an investment manager in the transaction team where he played a key role in the investments into Veja Mate and Beatrice offshore wind farms. Before joining Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, Domenico spent 3 years at DONG Energy Wind Power – initially as senior investment analyst in the investment analysis and valuation unit and hereafter as part of the management team of the EPC organizations responsible for constructing Burbo Bank Extension offshore wind farm. Domenico started his career at Vestas, where he was part of the Graduate Programme before joining the EMEA Structured Finance team.

Domenico is a CFA chartholder and holds a M.Sc. in Finance and Strategic Management from Copenhagen Business School.

Domenico is on the Board of Directors for Walney Extension and Blafa wind farms.

 

Laughlan Waterston

Managing Director
SMBC

Laughlan Waterston is co-head of energy & natural resources finance at SMBC with responsibility for energy/natural resources financing in the EMEA region. Laughlan has 20 years experience in banking with more than 15 years experience of project and structured finance.  He has experience on a wide variety of projects in the energy and infrastructure sector including conventional power, renewable energy, waste to energy, oil& gas, utilities, metals, mining and social infrastructure. His roles include MLA lending, LP investments, debt capital markets and financial advisory.

 

Laughlan Waterston

Managing Director
SMBC

Laughlan Waterston

Managing Director
SMBC

Laughlan Waterston is co-head of energy & natural resources finance at SMBC with responsibility for energy/natural resources financing in the EMEA region. Laughlan has 20 years experience in banking with more than 15 years experience of project and structured finance.  He has experience on a wide variety of projects in the energy and infrastructure sector including conventional power, renewable energy, waste to energy, oil& gas, utilities, metals, mining and social infrastructure. His roles include MLA lending, LP investments, debt capital markets and financial advisory.

 

 

Frank Gordon

Policy Head
Renewable Energy Association

Frank has held a range of posts in central Government and the energy sector in the UK. He holds a Master’s degree in Climate Change and is currently Head of Policy at the REA as well as having a particular focus on energy storage, large scale power, and grid networks. Frank is a member of numerous energy storage Governmental panels and steering groups.

Frank Gordon

Policy Head
Renewable Energy Association

Frank Gordon

Policy Head
Renewable Energy Association

Frank has held a range of posts in central Government and the energy sector in the UK. He holds a Master’s degree in Climate Change and is currently Head of Policy at the REA as well as having a particular focus on energy storage, large scale power, and grid networks. Frank is a member of numerous energy storage Governmental panels and steering groups.

The Renewable Energy Association (REA) represents renewable electricity, heat and transport, as well as recycling, Electric Vehicle companies and Energy Storage. Members encompass investors, generators, project developers, fuel and power suppliers, equipment producers and service providers.  Members range in size from major multinationals to sole traders.  There are around 550 corporate members of the REA, making it the largest renewable energy & clean tech trade body in the UK. 

 

Andrea Grotzke

Global Director Energy Solutions
BayWaRe

Andrea leads BayWa r.e.'s Energy Solutions unit, which focusses on tailor-made renewable energy solutions for corporates. Examples include off-site and on-site solar and wind generation, storage applications or e-mobility concepts, as well as operation and maintenance services. During her 16 years in the renewable energy business, Andrea's focus has been mainly on project finance and PPA structuring. Before joining BayWa r.e. in 2011 she held positions at Triodos Bank and at Solon Investments.

Andrea Grotzke

Global Director Energy Solutions
BayWaRe

Andrea Grotzke

Global Director Energy Solutions
BayWaRe

Andrea leads BayWa r.e.'s Energy Solutions unit, which focusses on tailor-made renewable energy solutions for corporates. Examples include off-site and on-site solar and wind generation, storage applications or e-mobility concepts, as well as operation and maintenance services. During her 16 years in the renewable energy business, Andrea's focus has been mainly on project finance and PPA structuring. Before joining BayWa r.e. in 2011 she held positions at Triodos Bank and at Solon Investments.

 

Glenn Harris

Global Head of Origination
Centrica
Glenn Harris has over 30 years of experience of the UK and continental European energy industry inareas ranging from refining and petrochemicals, through power generation, energy trading andbusiness development.

Glenn Harris

Global Head of Origination
Centrica

Glenn Harris

Global Head of Origination
Centrica
Glenn Harris has over 30 years of experience of the UK and continental European energy industry inareas ranging from refining and petrochemicals, through power generation, energy trading andbusiness development. In recent years, Glenn has focussed on therenewables industry with PPAsand related route to market services a particular focus.
Most recently, Glenn has played a leading role in growing the Centrica PPA business and theintegration of NEAS Energy following its acquisition by Centrica in 2016.Centrica is a leading provider of PPAs and other energy route to market services in the UK andcontinental Europe. Corporate PPAs are an important element of the current business and ananticipated area of growth as we move into a post subsidy wor
 

Sim van der Linde

Project Director Renewable Energy
Royal DSM

Sim van der Linde is Project Director Renewable Energy at Royal DSM. He has been with the company since 1986 and had responsibilities for laboratory operations, commercial policies for natural gas, business intelligence, business development, secretary-general of a branch organization, purchasing improvements, diverse projects and sourcing of energy prior to assuming his present role.

Sim has worked on sustainable heat while his current focus is to significantly increase the use of renewable electricity and reduce the carbon footprint of DSM.

Sim van der Linde

Project Director Renewable Energy
Royal DSM

Sim van der Linde

Project Director Renewable Energy
Royal DSM

Sim van der Linde is Project Director Renewable Energy at Royal DSM. He has been with the company since 1986 and had responsibilities for laboratory operations, commercial policies for natural gas, business intelligence, business development, secretary-general of a branch organization, purchasing improvements, diverse projects and sourcing of energy prior to assuming his present role.

Sim has worked on sustainable heat while his current focus is to significantly increase the use of renewable electricity and reduce the carbon footprint of DSM.

 

Marc Groves-Raines

Head of Renewables and Managing Director
Allianz Capital Partners

Marc has been Head of Renewables at Allianz since January 2018. He joined Allianz’s newly formed renewable energy investment team in 2005 charged with building a portfolio of operational assets in core Eurozone markets. During this time, Marc has been responsible for leading European transactions and has been instrumental in growing an operating portfolio of over 2GW of renewable energy assets. Prior to that he worked for RES Group to help with the expansion of its development activities abroad, notably in France and Portugal.

Marc Groves-Raines

Head of Renewables and Managing Director
Allianz Capital Partners

Marc Groves-Raines

Head of Renewables and Managing Director
Allianz Capital Partners

Marc has been Head of Renewables at Allianz since January 2018. He joined Allianz’s newly formed renewable energy investment team in 2005 charged with building a portfolio of operational assets in core Eurozone markets. During this time, Marc has been responsible for leading European transactions and has been instrumental in growing an operating portfolio of over 2GW of renewable energy assets. Prior to that he worked for RES Group to help with the expansion of its development activities abroad, notably in France and Portugal. Marc has worked in the wind industry since 1991 developing some of the first wind farms in the UK.

 

Ian Berry

Head of Energy and Infrastructure
Aviva Investors

Ian Berry leads the Infrastructure equity business at Aviva Investors, the global asset management arm of Aviva plc.

Ian Berry

Head of Energy and Infrastructure
Aviva Investors

Ian Berry

Head of Energy and Infrastructure
Aviva Investors

Ian Berry leads the Infrastructure equity business at Aviva Investors, the global asset management arm of Aviva plc.

Since joining Aviva Investors in 2009, Ian led the early-stage growth of the infrastructure team investing across both debt and equity. Ian now oversees the equity team providing a range of yield-driven investment solutions for clients through the acquisition and active managing of infrastructure assets. The team manages assets both in the UK and continental Europe, and has been particularly active in the low carbon infrastructure and social infrastructure sectors with specific experience in solar PV, wind, energy from waste, fibre/broadband networks, energy efficiency and PFI/PPP.

Ian also is the portfolio manager of a number of funds and segregated mandates, including the Aviva Investors Infrastructure Income Fund, focused on providing investors with long term cashflows from unleveraged infrastructure assets in the UK.

Ian has over 20 years’ experience in infrastructure finance as a fund manager, investor, debt provider and financial adviser, with previous roles at BlueCrest Capital, Ambac Assurance and Deutsche Bank.

Ian holds an MEng in Engineering, Economics and Management from St Peter’s College, Oxford.

 

Richard Russell

Group Commercial Director
RES Group

With over 10 years of experience in the renewable energy sector in various group finance, operational finance and latterly commercial roles.

RES Group is an independent developer, constructor and asset manager of grid connected renewable energy infrastructure. RES Group has delivered over 16 GW of new renewable energy projects to date, including the construction of almost 10% of the wind energy capacity in the USA, and is active in a range of energy technologies including onshore and offshore wind, solar, energy storage and transmission and distribution.

Richard Russell

Group Commercial Director
RES Group

Richard Russell

Group Commercial Director
RES Group

With over 10 years of experience in the renewable energy sector in various group finance, operational finance and latterly commercial roles.

RES Group is an independent developer, constructor and asset manager of grid connected renewable energy infrastructure. RES Group has delivered over 16 GW of new renewable energy projects to date, including the construction of almost 10% of the wind energy capacity in the USA, and is active in a range of energy technologies including onshore and offshore wind, solar, energy storage and transmission and distribution.

Prior to RES, Richard worked within PwC’s assurance and audit practice. Richard is a Chartered Accountant and holds an honours degree in Economics from Durham University

 

Robert Andrén

Director General
Swedish Energy Agency

Robert Andrén

Director General
Swedish Energy Agency

Robert Andrén

Director General
Swedish Energy Agency
 

Cathryn Scott

Director, Wholesale Markets and Commercial
OFGEM

Cathryn joined in 2013 as the Legal Director for E-Serve environmental schemes and our offshore transmission tenders regime. Between 2016 and 2018, she was Partner for Wholesale Markets and Legal in the Energy Systems division, leading on the provision of legal advice and on Ofgem’s oversight of the wholesale energy market, gas systems issues and settlement reform. In April 2018, she was appointed Director of Wholesale Markets and Commercial. 

Cathryn Scott

Director, Wholesale Markets and Commercial
OFGEM

Cathryn Scott

Director, Wholesale Markets and Commercial
OFGEM

Cathryn joined in 2013 as the Legal Director for E-Serve environmental schemes and our offshore transmission tenders regime. Between 2016 and 2018, she was Partner for Wholesale Markets and Legal in the Energy Systems division, leading on the provision of legal advice and on Ofgem’s oversight of the wholesale energy market, gas systems issues and settlement reform. In April 2018, she was appointed Director of Wholesale Markets and Commercial. 

Before joining Ofgem, Cathryn worked in both the public and private sectors. She was the Deputy General Counsel at the Department for Transport, having headed up teams advising on aviation and rail regulation. She has extensive competition, regulatory and procurement law experience, having also worked for the Competition Commission and Linklaters EU and Competition Group. Previously, she worked in the litigation division of the Treasury Solicitor’s Department and as Assistant to the European Speakers Counsel at the House of Commons. She holds a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence.

 

Eduardo Gonzalez Sola

Head of Global Origination
Acciona

Current since 2017- Director of Global Origination in Acciona, renewable leader with 10.000MW installed in over 16 markets. Acciona has been ranked by Energy Intelligence, the greenest utility in the world for 4 consecutive years

Past- Worked 9 years in EDF Renewables, in Business Development and Commercial Origination

Eduardo Gonzalez Sola

Head of Global Origination
Acciona

Eduardo Gonzalez Sola

Head of Global Origination
Acciona

Current since 2017- Director of Global Origination in Acciona, renewable leader with 10.000MW installed in over 16 markets. Acciona has been ranked by Energy Intelligence, the greenest utility in the world for 4 consecutive years

Past- Worked 9 years in EDF Renewables, in Business Development and Commercial Origination

 

Keith Mangan

Head Renewable Power Investments
BlackRock
Keith Mangan, Managing Director, joined BlackRock in 2011 and is a founding member ofBlackRock Renewable Power and BlackRock Infrastructure teams.

Keith Mangan

Head Renewable Power Investments
BlackRock

Keith Mangan

Head Renewable Power Investments
BlackRock
Keith Mangan, Managing Director, joined BlackRock in 2011 and is a founding member ofBlackRock Renewable Power and BlackRock Infrastructure teams. As a Managing Director onthe BlackRock Renewable Power investment team, Keith is responsible for sourcing, executingand managing renewable infrastructure assets across the EMEA region.
Keith has over 20 yearsof experience in the energy markets and in his current role has invested inmore than30 windand solar assets in a range of markets.Prior to joining BlackRock, Keith worked for NTR plc, an Irish based, private, global infrastructure developer, operator and business owner as Group Head of Risk Management. Keith began hiscareer at Goldman Sachs where he worked for 12 years, and was Head of Energy DerivativeSales for EMEA based in London in his final role at Goldman Sachs. Keith earned a Bachelor ofElectrical and Electronic Engineering from University College Cork in Ireland.

Benefits of attending

  • Learn how regulators are tackling the issues of European inter-connectedness
  • Eliminate assumptions from your negotiation strategies and learn about counterparty requirements
  • Analyse how companies are deploying new deal structures: VFA, buyer aggregates, portfolio structuring, proxy swap
  • 6 Collegial discussions: Content-driven, intimate discussions that ensure you walk away with a deep understanding  of pricing, power hedging, curtailment, insuring, transaction and balancing risks
  • Closed door corporate buyers session: Share experiences and deepen your knowledge on how to secure internal and external alignment, risk allocation and contract negotiation
  • Learn how regulators are tackling the issues of European inter-connectedness

30+
Speakers
6
collegial discussions
50%
corporate audience
10+
One to one meetings
100%
Intimate round tables

The Agenda

Image of agenda for corporate renewables

  • Regulations in Europe – stage panel: Learn how regulators are tackling the issues of European inter-connectedness
  • Interactive roundtables to match procurers’ and generators’ interests: Eliminate assumptions from your negotiation strategies and learn about counterparty requirements
  • Case-studies: Analyse how companies are deploying new deal structures: VFA, buyer aggregates, portfolio structuring, proxy swap
  • 5 Collegial discussions on how to de-risk corporate PPAs: Content-driven, intimate discussions that ensure you walk away with a deep understanding of pricing, power hedging, curtailment, insuring, transaction and balancing risks
  • Closed door corporate buyers’ only session: Share experiences and deepen your knowledge on how to secure internal and external alignment, risk allocation and contract negotiation

Corporate Renewables 2020 agenda

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