Energy tech platform Zeigo has raised £800,000 in its Seed Funding Round, with the capital to help it continue to scale.
Current± talks to Conrad Purcell, partner at law firm Bird and Bird about the difficulties of financing renewable energy projects, how to secure long-term revenue and the rise of the corporate club PPA.
Big Six energy company E.on has signed a new power purchasing agreement with German power giant RWE Renewables, for 892MW of power a year.
Energy tech firm Limejump has penned a short-term power purchase agreement with UK solar investor Bluefield Solar Income Fund.
In a UK first, twenty universities have signed an aggregated corporate power purchase agreement (CPPA) that will enable them to source their power from a portfolio of windfarms.
Energy advisory DNV GL has launched a digital marketplace for renewable energy, aiming to connect corporate customers directly with renewable power producers.
Vattenfall is bringing customisable power purchase agreements (PPAs) to business customers in Britain as part of a “new approach” to corporate energy sourcing.
Companies and organisations in the UK are developing a growing appetite for renewables PPA structures, but still face obstacles including the perception of renewable projects and unprepared procurement teams.
Nationwide Building Society has become the first high street financial services provider to be triple recertified to the Carbon Trust Standards for its carbon, water and waste metrics.