Power purchase agreements
Statkraft offers power purchase agreements (PPAs) for medium to long term duration.
A power purchase agreement (PPA) is a contract between an energy seller and a buyer.
Our role is to match the needs of all stakeholders, mitigating substantial risk and maximising value add for all stakeholders
The structure of the contract depends on underlying market regulations as well as the needs and risk appetite of all parties involved
A generic overview of different types of PPAs is provided below:
Power purchase agreements for producers
PPAs suitable for all energy sources, including flexible assets as well as projects that are debt-financed by financial institutions to enable new asset development. We offer custom pricing models that fit both commercial and technical needs of power producers
Power purchase agreements for commercial and industrial consumers:
PPAs suitable for businesses wishing to buy energy at competitive prices. These contracts are also referred to as power supply agreements. We offer tailored solutions to accommodate customer's demand requirements and hedging strategies
Through such PPAs, Statkraft meets the needs of both parties:
Offering predictability and security of supply to consumers through the aggregation of varied sources of power to ensure a steady supply
Providing financial predictability and security for power plant owners through the ability to generate stable, predictable revenues