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Corporate PPAs providing the answer in an increasingly unsubsidised sector

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By Daniel Kaufman, Daniel Kaufman is a senior associate at the law firm Norton Rose Fulbright. Based in Dubai, he has a particular focus on the construction and engineering aspects of project finance transactions in the energy and infrastructure sectors, with significant experience advising clients on their projects in Africa.

Business models | Corporate PPAs offer environmentally minded businesses a means of reducing their carbon footprint and renewable energy developers a new route to market in the face of declining subsidies. Daniel Kaufman offers some insights to buyers and sellers looking to navigate the many complexities of this new market.

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