Informa Australia are delighted to announce an exciting new event for the Australian resources community – the Commercial Solar | Power Purchase Agreements Conference, which will be taking place on the 30-31 May 2018 at the Radisson Blu in Sydney. The event will examine how companies are embracing the “self supply” revolution to avoid rocketing energy prices.
As electricity prices continue to spiral ever higher Australia’s large energy users are taking matters into their own hands – and rolling out large commercial solar on their infrastructure, and pursuing PPAs directly with large scale solar and wind farm projects to supply their needs. The new era of “self supply” is here, and its shaking up the energy market like never before.
- Is Solar PPAs the way to go for large corporates?
- Accounting considerations in Corporate PPAs
- Solar PPAs from energy users’ perspective
- Businesses taking the lead in going 100% renewable. Why it is important for business to lead – what is being done globally and in Australia, how can PPA’s make a difference?
- Five solar projects in NSW that Photon Energy will own with Canadian Solaric
- Certainty in National Energy Costs
The adoption of solar panels is spreading quickly among industrial users and commercial property landlords in an effort to combat rising power prices.
– Australian Financial Review, 19/02/2018
A massive solar energy boom is being predicted for 2018, after an unprecedented number of industrial solar farms were approved by the New South Wales and Queensland governments last year.
– The Guardian, 12/02/2018
Given the broad spectrum of organisations that have successfully concluded transactions, using a wide range of contract and pricing models, we believe that 2017 was the tipping point for corporate PPAs in Australia.
– RenewEconomy, 19/01/2018
Solar PPAs – working towards a more sustainable future
With the amplification of corporate sustainability commitments and an increasingly volatile energy market, many corporations are now looking at renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs), as a means of buying ‘green benefits’ for their brand and hedging against rising electricity costs. Read more >>
when & where
30 - 31 May 2018
Radisson Blu Hotel, Sydney
Address: 27 O’Connell St
Sydney NSW 2000
+61 2 8214 0000
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