Financing Renewable Energy Projects: A Global Analysis and Review of Related Power Purchase Agreements

    Financing Renewable Energy Projects: A Global Analysis and Review of Related Power Purchase Agreements

    Financing Renewable Energy Projects: A Global Analysis and Review of Related Power Purchase Agreements

    This comprehensive, 3-volume set with more than 3,000 pages of content provides a platform for investment in renewable energy in the United States and 59 participating jurisdictions worldwide. The Paris Agreement signed in December 2015 by 195 countries is seen as the cornerstone of a global approach to fighting climate change and is designed to spur the growth of renewable energy to provide for a low carbon future. Covering North America and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, this guide provides, for the first time in one publication, two essential components of investment in renewable energy: analysis of the regulatory framework for renewable energy and analysis of related power purchase agreements which can be tailored to meet the requirements of a participating jurisdiction. Included are sample Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) which are the critical document required to finance renewable energy projects.

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    The Paris Agreement signed in December 2015 by 195 countries is seen as the cornerstone of a global approach to fighting climate change and is designed to spur the growth of renewable energy to provide for a low carbon future. This three-volume set with more than 3,000 pages of content provides a platform for investment in renewable energy in 59 participating jurisdictions worldwide, including the United States, representing a global population of 4.7 billion.

    This comprehensive, multi-jurisdictional guide provides, for the first time in one publication, two essential components of investment in renewable energy: analysis of the regulatory framework for renewable energy in particular jurisdictions and analysis of related power purchase agreements which can be tailored to meet the requirements of a participating jurisdiction.

    For those stakeholders interested in investment in renewable energy and related fields, this book facilitates investment by providing an investor with the basic information needed in reviewing a potential investment in each of the participating jurisdictions. Each analysis includes snap shot financial and other background information on each jurisdiction that provides immediate context and a fuller understanding of each jurisdiction.

    Also included are sample Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), which are the critical document required to finance renewable energy projects. These standard form PPAs can generate substantial cost savings in terms of legal fees and facilitate the execution of these projects by investors. These PPAs will serve as a checklist of the provisions needed to ensure financeability and bankability that investors and their counsel can develop for use in their own jurisdictions. Financeable in the U.S. context, these standard form U.S. PPAs cover:

    • A residential and distributed generation or commercial solar PPAs;
    • A form of utility-scale solar PV PPA;
    • A form of onshore wind PPA plus a blueprint for drafting a form of offshore wind PPA based on the onshore wind PPA;
    • Analysis of synthetic or virtual PPAs to ensure that any stakeholder has immediate access to material information and issues related to preparation of virtual or synthetic PPAs; and
    • A form of multi-use hydro PPA which is suitable for small, medium and large hydro projects.

    To provide additional context, included is a memo on basic aspects of power purchase agreements, followed by memos on key financing aspects of certain renewable sources, including biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar and wind. These materials conclude with an analysis of global trends affecting renewable energy.

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    Business Law Section

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    ABA Publishing

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    9781641052528

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    5070761

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