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
A high court in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh has ruled that state distribution companies (Discoms) must honour the power purchase agreements (PPA) they signed with electricity producers and settle any debts within six weeks in a move with potentially huge significance for the country’s solar sector.
In a significant ruling for the Indian renewables market, a high court in the state of Andhra Pradesh has ruled that state distribution utilities (Discoms) must pay renewable companies the terms they agreed to when they signed power purchase agreements (PPAs) within six weeks.
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.
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.