Optimizing Revenues from Renewable Energy Assets
Renewable Energy Revenues Summit USA
Volatility in Power Prices
In May of 2023, Edison's analysis revealed that the average Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) price saw an uptick in nearly all markets and technologies, with an overall increase of nearly 11 percent across various U.S. power markets, including ERCOT, MISO, PJM, and SPP. Separate analysis by LevelTen Energy, examined PPAs within six U.S. power markets (ERCOT, MISO, PJM, SPP, CAISO, and NYISO), indicated an average rise of 6.6 percent. The increase in solar PPA prices varied, with a 4.4 percent rise in PJM and a peak of 13.6 percent in MISO. On the other hand, wind energy costs saw a range from a 10.3 percent reduction in ERCOT — the sole decline this quarter — to a significant 20.7 percent hike in SPP.
This volatility stems from factors such as regulatory and economic uncertainty, commodity price fluctuations (including energy and raw materials), inflation, more variable generation on US grids, and increasingly erratic and extreme weather conditions. To address these challenges, the Renewable Energy Revenues Summit will cover strategies to optimize renewable energy trading, procurement, and offtake structures across U.S. markets.
By participating in the event, you can help facilitate transactions involving large volumes of clean, green power across the U.S., making renewable energy trading more rewarding and less risky for all parties involved.
Join the summit to connect with various stakeholders in the US renewable energy market, including renewable energy buyers, offtakers, generators, brokers, utilities, law firms, consultancies, demand-side management software providers, and energy storage technologists. Learn how to:
- Forecast price volatility
- Price and structure Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)
- Enable 24/7 carbon-free energy
- Gain value from renewable energy certificates
- Navigate renewable energy retail rates
- Make the most use out of energy storage and demand side management technologies
- Develop hedging, trading and risk management strategies for price volatility
- Mitigate risks such as credit risk, basis risk, shape risk and more...
What to Expect
2024 Partnership Prospectus
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Our Early Confirmed 2024 Speakers
Senior Commercialization Executive
U.S. Department of Energy
Renewable Energy Procurement, Americas
Senior Manager Renewable Energy North America
Senior Director, Energy & Utilities
Head of Power Supply
City of Burbank
Director, Global Energy Strategy
Managing Director and Head of Distributed Generation
Senior Vice President – Renewable Energy
Director, Energy & Market Operations
Co-Head and Chief Investment Officer, Power & Infrastructure
President, Energy Transition Solutions
Seif Consulting, LLC
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Key Themes Include
Renewable Energy Revenue
Risk Management Strategies
Structuring Power Purchase Agreements
Using Data and Models for Renewable Energy Trading
Demystifying Renewable Energy Certificates
Revenue Optimization for Wind, Solar and Energy Storage
Renewable Power Trading Regulation Throughout USA
Previous USA Summit Attendees
Our 2023 European Sponsors & Partners
Clēnera’s affiliate Country Acres Clean Power has entered into a busbar PPA with SMUD for a 392MWdc/344MWac solar project in California.
Nevados says the trackers can help developers and owner-operators qualify for bonus tax credits for domestic content under the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).
Solar manufacturer Maxeon Solar Technologies will lay off about 22% of its global workforce as it decided to entirely phase out its Maxeon 6 interdigitated back contact (IBC) modules as well as other operational realignment.
French power company EDF Renewables’ subsidiary EDF Renewables North America has completed the 275MWdc Arrow Canyon solar plus storage project in Nevada.