pexapark

PV Tech Premium
September 19, 2022
The proliferation of solar requires PV projects to adapt to their grid surroundings, which increasingly entails connecting alongside adjacent technologies, be it energy storage, other renewables or green hydrogen. Amid the growing threat of curtailment, Jules Scully looks at the rise of the ‘solar-plus’ market and the financial models underpinning it.
July 11, 2022
Renewables advisory firm Pexapark has secured €8 million (US$8.08 million) in a second round of Series B funding as it plots further expansion.
July 4, 2022
S&P Global Commodity Insights has partnered with renewables advisory firm Pexapark to create a new power purchase agreement (PPA) benchmark.
June 8, 2022
High power prices in Europe may be obscuring the impacts of price cannibalisation that threatens the future profitability of renewable energy on the continent, with a ‘belt of doom’ observed in Germany and Spain at risk of 30% cannibalisation rates by 2030.
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April 20, 2022
PV Tech Premium examines the impact of Europe's energy crisis on both PPAs and merchant trading, exploring the different factors companies ought to consider when deciding on the balance of their operations
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February 17, 2022
PV Tech Premium sat down with Pexapark's head of quantitative products following the release of the advisory firm's European PPA Market Outlook 2022 report that predicted “fundamental changes” to European PPA markets.
February 10, 2022
Energy market turmoil in Europe at the end of last year is causing a fundamental change in the power purchase agreement (PPA) market as volatility spikes reach 250% and throw into question the viability of long term PPAs.  
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September 15, 2021
Record-breaking power prices across Europe have turned the spotlight on the role fossil fuel plants play in generating electricity and how the transition to renewables-plus-storage could lower consumer bills.
April 1, 2021
As the solar industry has matured and sustainable investment has moved up on the global market’s list of priorities, power purchase agreements (PPAs) have become a mutually beneficial arrangement between developers and the corporate world. But SMEs have remained difficult to cater for in comparison to larger, more bankable offtakers or utilities with permanent facilities. Edith Hancock explores how this might be changing.
February 5, 2021
We caught up with Luca Pedretti, Pexapark's co-founder and chief operating officer, to discuss how PPAs are changing to accommodate more offtakers from a range of business sectors.

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