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Wind Power Purchase Agreement Rates

In North America, LevelTen`s Power Purchase Agreement (AAE) price index for Q3 2020 shows that AAE prices are rising for both wind and solar projects. After falling continuously for six quarters, the 25th percentile (P25) solar supply price index has increased over the past two quarters, surpassing its peak of $29.20/MWh in the third quarter of 2018, to $29.30 per megawatt hour (MWh). The P25 wind price index has been rising for two years and jumped 9% this quarter to a new peak of USD 30.60/MWh. Historically, the P25 wind supply price index was lower than the solar price; the first time, it rose above the solar index in the first quarter of 2020. During this quarter, it rose again higher than solar energy. Stephen (Steve) Miller is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group. It focuses on the development and financing of energy infrastructure projects, with a particular focus on electric energy – conventional and renewable – as well as other industrial and industrial real estate development and construction projects. Business Sustainability Choosing a company-wide AAE can help your business reduce its CO2 intensity and help your business meet its renewable energy goals. Wind – Renewable PPPs typically include the transfer of original warranties to the consumer, which proves that you have purchased this amount of renewable energy. We have a number of firm PPP agreements that set a competitive price for your power over a period that works for you. With a variable PPP, you get live market prices for your energy. This means that you can take advantage of the benefits of price spikes in the market to get the best price available – but you are also subject to a price drop. “While it is easy to see how Spain`s sunny climate would promote the development of solar energy, stimulate competition and reduce prices, Denmark and Sweden are not very sunny places.

What they have is a strong penetration of renewable energy thanks to a multitude of existing wind projects that reduce the price of the electricity market and thus reduce the price offers of AAEs,” said Mr. Sérensen.

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