Power Purchase Agreements

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New regulation for biomass and biogas power projects in Indonesia (MEMR Regulation 21 of 2016)

Shortly after the issuance of a new regulation for the development of solar power projects in Indonesia, the Government of Indonesia is now introducing a new regulation on the purchase of electricity by PLN from biomass and...more

Energy Newsletter - September 2016

Implementing Islamic Financing for Renewable Energy Projects - The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has recently seen a surge of interest in developing renewable energy, in particular solar energy projects. Led...more

Due Diligence For Bankable Solar PV Projects

Sharp reductions in the price of solar PV technology, dramatic technological advancement and (until recently) generous subsidies for solar PV generation have enabled developers to project reliable and attractive revenues over...more

Implementing Islamic Financing for Renewable Energy Projects

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has recently seen a surge of interest in developing renewable energy, in particular solar energy projects. Led by Morocco and Jordan which have successfully implemented numerous...more

Renewable Energy Update - September 2016

Renewable Energy Focus - White House pledges support for Salton Sea, geothermal energy - The Desert Sun - Sep 1 - The federal government is stepping up its commitment to the Salton Sea and exploring the...more

Is Renewable Energy in Puerto Rico Back On Your Radar?

Renewable energy deal discussions centered on projects in Puerto Rico have been difficult – particularly for project owners – over the past few years. The foundations of most of the projects on the island were power purchase...more

Indonesia solar power projects: a (long awaited) new regime

The Government of Indonesia has just announced it will tender out at least 5,000MW of solar projects by the end of 2018 based on a newly enacted regime for the development of PV solar projects. The regime detailed in the...more

Renewable Energy Update - August 2016

Renewable Energy Focus - Tesla acquires sister firm SolarCity for $2.6 billion - VentureBeat - Aug 1 - SolarCity Corp agreed to be acquired by sister company Tesla Motors Inc. in a deal worth $200 million...more

LNG In Morocco

Morocco is currently implementing important changes to its energy mix, which may provide interesting opportunities in the LNG sector. This article presents a brief overview of the origin of the national development plan for...more

"Corporations Turn to Synthetic PPAs to Reduce Energy Costs, Carbon Footprints"

Synthetic power purchase agreements (PPAs) for renewable energy have emerged in recent years as a promising opportunity for corporations to reduce and stabilize their long-term energy costs and advance their sustainability...more

FERC Opens Electric Cooperative and Municipality Markets to Increased Renewables Development

On June 16, 2016, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or the “Commission”) issued an order that is anticipated to increase the ability of electric cooperatives and municipally owned utilities to purchase power from...more

Renewable Energy Global Paper: The year of PPAs and the corporate green agenda

In a world where the corporate green agenda is increasingly integral to business strategy, particularly following the Paris climate change agreement, this paper explores the growing trend of large corporates using power...more

Corporations Directly Buying Renewable Power on the Rise

Recent trends demonstrate a rapid growth in corporations directly buying renewable energy from wind, solar and other renewable energy generators. Renewable energy capacity under corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs)...more

Minnesota May Not Prohibit Power Sales That Would Increase Statewide CO2 Emissions. Why Not? Pick Your Reason.

If you needed any further proof that energy law is very complicated, Wednesday’s decision in North Dakota v. Heydinger should convince you. The judgment is simple – the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a Minnesota...more

IRS Issues Updated Notice Regarding Safe Harbor for Transfers of Property to Regulated Public Utilities by Electricity Generators

In Depth - On June 10, 2016, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Notice 2016-36 (the Notice), updating the safe harbor (Safe Harbor) regarding transfers of property from an electricity generator to a regulated...more

Implications for the Power Sector of Recent Rulings by U.S. Supreme Court and FERC

One of the most important issues currently facing the power industry is the potential conflict between federal and state roles in power supply planning. Two recent developments at the federal level bear directly on this...more

Bidding Guidelines Published for Mexico's Second Long-Term Power Auction

Mexico's National Center for Energy Control (CENACE) on May 13, 2016, published the Bidding Guidelines for the second long-term power auction (SLP) in Mexico, seeking to award power purchase agreements (PPA) to clean energy...more

CORPORATE PPAs Market Trends and Opportunities

Corporations have dramatically increased their purchases of renewable energy in recent years. This trend has shifted the traditional power purchase market away from reliance upon utilities, and presents a tremendous growth...more

Call to Bid Issued for Mexico's Second Long-Term Power Auction

Mexico's National Center for Energy Control (CENACE) on April 29, 2016, published its call to bid for the second long-term power auction in Mexico, seeking to award power purchase agreements (PPAs) of 15 to 20 years,...more

Developing a Business Case for Renewable Energy at Airports

The Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) recently released Report 151: Developing a Business Case for Renewable Energy at Airports (the Report). Foley partner David Bannard is a co-author of the Report, assisting lead...more

Renewable Energy Update - April 2016 #3

Renewable Energy Focus - Solar thermal legislation advances in California - Solar Industry Magazine - Apr 14 - In a 10-2 vote this Wednesday, the California Assembly Utilities and Commerce Committee passed...more

NH regulation of solar PPAs, leases

As distributed energy resources like solar panels become more widely adopted, how do typical solar business models like solar power purchase agreements or solar leases match up to state utility laws? While the answer may...more

Holland & Knight Involved in Mexico's Inaugural Long-Term Power Auction

Mexico's National Center for Energy Control (CENACE) launched the first long-term power auction in the country's history in November 2015. The auction was mainly targeted to clean energy producers, with 73 percent of the...more

Hedging with Distributed Renewable Generation Sources in Times of Fossil Fuel Price Volatility

Until very recently, mainstream power purchasers have not viewed renewable energy as a reliable hedge against other energy sources, mostly because the costs associated with constructing or purchasing the output of renewable...more

Tax Equity Market Insights from the Infocast Wind Finance Conference

Below are selected insights from the Infocast Wind Finance conference last week in San Diego. First, as an indicator of the overall interest in wind finance, the conference had twice as many registrants as last year. The...more

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