150GW later: The dizzying rise of the power purchase agreement

Cecilia Keating
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Credit: NextEra Energy
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Credit: NextEra Energy

Two analyses out this week have underscored how the global PPA market has surged over the last decade as corporates have increasingly sidestepped wholesale markets to tap low-cost clean energy

Two reports out this week have highlighted how the appetite for clean energy power purchase agreements (PPAs) among corporates is continuing to grow, despite supply chain bottlenecks and high interest...

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