RWE Renewables – the perfect partner for your PPA

All about PPA

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RWE Renewables is one of the largest renewable energy players. We are one of the global leaders in developing, constructing, operating and owning utility-scale renewable projects. We understand our partners' needs and offer specifically designed and tailored products. We know that Corporate PPAs can be complex and by partnering with us, we can help make this simple and straightforward. With PPAs, your company can benefit from steady and predictable costs while improving your carbon footprint and promoting your green image.

What is a PPA?

A Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is a long-term contract under which a business agrees to purchase electricity directly from a renewable energy generator. Power Purchase Agreements provide financial certainty to you and the project developer, which removes a significant roadblock to building new renewable facilities. PPAs therefore help to deliver more renewable energy, saving CO2. Your company can make the difference and shape the renewable future. Contact us and we will offer you the best, tailored solution for your company – for a sustainable long-term partnership!

Physical PPA

  • RWE delivers power directly to the customer and receives the PPA price
  • RWE builds a plant especially for this purpose and covers not only the new asset but the entire supply chain
  • RWE sells surplus power to grid and receives the spot price
  • The customer buys additional power from the grid/utility and pays the spot price
  • The customer receives guarantees of origin (where available)

Virtual PPA

  • RWE delivers power to the grid and is reimbursed via its existing market access
  • The customer buys power from the grid and pays the spot price
  • RWE and the customer settle the difference between the spot price and PPA strike price
  • The customer receives guarantees of origin (where available)

Benefits

  • Long-Term Planning: Avoid long-term commodity price risk and yield savings.
  • Sustainability: Achieve carbon reduction goals cost effectively.
  • Cost reduction: Cut costs and use fewer resources.
  • Efficient use of resources: Improve energy efficiency and waste management.
  • Public recognition: Promote your image and fulfill your employee and customer commitments.

Further links*

Further information on innogy products, projects and technologies can be found here:

Power Purchase Agreements at innogy
Information on current wind cooperations
More about wind areas and agriculture
Joint venture Green GECCO

 

* The linked contents refer to the innogy renewables business, which is planned to be integrated into the RWE target structure as part of the exchange of assets and businesses agreed between RWE and E.ON.