Solar Power Purchase Agreement (Ppa)

Solar leases and solar PPAs are similar to renting your solar module system. You enter into a contract with solar-Leasinggesellschaft that entitles you to the benefits of the system (i.e. the energy generated by the solar modules) for the duration of the contract, which is usually around 20 years. Profile risk is related to the fluctuation in the nature of renewable energies (for example.B. solar energy is not produced at night. In markets with high renewable energy penetration, periods of high production can lead to a significant drop in the price of electricity, i.e. turnover. One of the main advantages of the ECA is that by clearly defining the performance of the generating assets (e.g. B a solar electricity installation) and credit to associated revenue streams, a AAA can be used by the ECA provider to obtain recourse financing[6] from a bank[7] or other counterparty that finances. Countries where utilities are needed or who want to cover part of their renewable energy supply are particularly attracted to EPAs. These agreements are an alternative to the development of renewable energy in areas where politicians are reluctant to promote the development of renewable energy (and subsidies).

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