CBE Polska

Spis treści
Start
Agenda
Speakers
Registration
Corporate Power Purchase Agreementformularz formularz



10:00 - 10:30

Legal Partner's Speech: Corporate PPAs in the Polish legal framework

Types of PPAs

  • „corporate” PPA vs. „utility” PPA
  • „physical” PPA vs .„financial” PPA

cPPA in relation to the Polish auction support system for RES

The role of cPPA in securing interests of:

  • renewable electricity producer
  • electricity end customer

„Bankability” of a cPPA

Standardised cPPA drafted by EFET

Speaker:
Rafał Hajduk, Legal Counsel, Partner at Domański Zakrzewski Palinka


10:30 - 11:00

How can volume risk and shape risk be mitigated and shared in virtual and physical PPAs?
How can credit risk and market risk be managed and quantified in floating and fixed price PPAs.

Speaker:
Kasper Walet
, Managing Director Maycroft

11:00 - 11:30

European Energy A/S experience in PPAs
How to evaluate and compare PPAs, Which are the business models that work best and what are the case studies and your best market practices?
European Energy A/S will build two solar power plants with a combined capacity of 82 MW exclusively to supply electricity to Google LLC. The company has signed (2019) a multi-year offtake PPA agreement with the search engine major, thus supporting the construction of the 27-MW Naessundvej facility and the 55-MW Roedbyfjord plant in Denmark.

  • What is True Additionality?
  • The reason for signing a PPA
  • The PPA negotiation process
  • European Energy as a partner
Speaker:
Jonas Lau Forsberg Nihøj
, Director of Energy Trade, European Energy A/S

11:30 - 12:00

Partners speech

12:00 - 12:30


Speaker:
Dawid Klimczak, PhD, Polish National Chamber of Energy Clusters speech

12:30 - 13:00

Break

13:00 - 13:30

Case study: PPAs for Renewable Energy Generation in Spain
Barriers, risks and benefits of PPAs with a special focus on the Spanish market
Spain is the best solar market for corporate power purchase agreements in Europe. The Spanish government has prepared two draft laws directed at energy-intensive industrial consumers to help them ease some of the burden of high costs of electricity through access to state aid, at the same time supporting renewables development through power purchase agreements (PPAs).To further spur renewables development, the ministry of industry has drafted a second law proposal seeking to create a EUR-600-million (USD 648.6m) reserve fund that will assume PPA risks associated with signing up a registered energy-intensive company as a client.
  • What are the regulatory changes in progress to reduce electricity supply cost for energy-intensive consumers and support renewable development via PPAs?
  • Main barriers for CPPAs development
  • Main risks from CPPA perspective
  • Recent PV solar CPPAs in Spain
Speaker:
Francisco Del Río
, Independent PPA expert
13:30 - 14:00 PNE AG experience in PPAs
  • General PPA market experience in Germany
  • PPA Deal with Lichtblick
  • Current development in Poland – utility and corporate experiences

PNE has concluded a first direct power purchase agreement (PPA) for a German wind farm. From December 31, 2020, thousands of wind power turbines in Germany will lose their entitlement to fixed EEG remuneration. Upon the conclusion of the PPA, two topics were particularly important to the contractual partners PNE AG and LichtBlick SE: Firstly, a sensible continuation of electricity production on the basis of secure continued operation, without immediate dismantling of the wind power turbines after the expiry of the EEG fixed remuneration.


Speaker:
Stephan Dinse
, Manager Power Sales, Manager Power Sales / PPA Transaction, PNE AG

14:00 - 14:30

Polenergia Obrót experience
Corporate PPA - how to sell renewable energy to business customers

  • Virtual or physical – best way to secure and finish your long term contract
  • The details of the contract depend on the goals set - how to achieve them
  • Main risks associated with a long-term contract – how to understand other side

Speaker:
Piotr Malik, Head Structured Products, Polenergia Obrót

14:30 - 15:00

Schneider Electric Energy & Sustainability Services experience in PPAs
The evolving Structure of Power Purchase Agreement
Schneider Electric Energy & Sustainability Services was the advisor to the world leader in lighting, who will source 42 megawatts of clean power from the Kisielice onshore wind farm. Company advised Signify on the process of identifying, selecting and contracting for the project.

  • Contract Structures and PPA Pricing Strategies
  • Managing Renewable PPA Risks
  • Overview of European PPA Markets
Speaker:
Nihat Hünerli
, Head of Energy Business - EMEA Region, Schneider Electric

15:00

End of the seminar




Joomlart