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Corporate and Industrial Purchase Contracts in Green Energy (Mar 2017)

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Corporates and industrials (C&I) are now major purchasers of green energy. According to Bloomberg, C&Is and wind companies signed 20 deals in 2015 with a total of 2.3 GW. By August 2016, 9 deals for 630 MW had been signed—with many more reported to be under negotiation. Explore the future of C&Is as a major class of buyer. Will the trend continue? What could stop it? What’s the prognosis for utility-scale solar C&I deals? What new markets (geographically) are C&Is interested in? What are the key contractual and financial terms that C&Is and developers have to resolve to get to a deal and to get projects financed and built?
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1. C&I Energy Purchase Contracts (Mar 2017)

Shalini Ramanathan, Ellen Gilman Balfrey, Bobby Hollis, Giji M. John, Dan Seif

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C&I Energy Purchase Contracts (Mar 2017)

Corporates and industrials (C&I) are now major purchasers of green energy. According to Bloomberg, C&Is and wind companies signed 20 deals in 2015 with a total of 2.3 GW. By August 2016, 9 deals for 630 MW had been signed—with many more reported to be under negotiation. Explore the future of C&Is as a major class of buyer. Will the trend continue? What could stop it? What’s the prognosis for utility-scale solar C&I deals? What new markets (geographically) are C&Is interested in? What are the key contractual and financial terms that C&Is and developers have to resolve to get to a deal and to get projects financed and built?

Originally presented at: Jan 2017 Renewable Energy Law

Shalini Ramanathan, RES Americas - Austin, TX
Ellen Gilman Balfrey, Apex Clean Energy - Charlottesville, VA
Bobby Hollis, Facebook - Menlo Park, CA
Giji M. John, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP - Houston, TX
Dan Seif, RMI Business Renewables Center - Austin, TX