Companies large and small are setting ambitious clean energy procurement goals to meet emissions targets and demonstrate value to key stakeholders. The market is listening. As voluntary renewable energy procurement from corporate buyers continues to become more common, the market is reacting and providing organizations more transaction options, such as small-buyer-aggregation deal structures.
This free, hour-long webcast delves into an up-and-coming contract structure that is creating new opportunities for buyers large and small: aggregated procurement deals that allow several off-takers to take pieces of a larger project, often at sizes that would otherwise not be available.
It will feature experienced buyers talking about this new deal structure and how it has helped meet individual procurement targets. Our experts will also share tips and lessons for others looking at similar deal structures.
Among the things you’ll learn:
● The basics of aggregated renewable energy procurement
● Different use cases where considering aggregation makes sense
● How aggregated deals can reduce risk and offer better time and location matching
● How you can structure and enter an aggregation deal, and find potential partners
● Managing internal stakeholders across partners
Sarah Mihalecz, Director, Education and Engagement, Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance
Kevin Sok, Sr. Manager of Engineering & Sustainability, Cox Enterprises, Inc.
Erik Hansen, Sustainability Director, Workday, Inc.
Rebecca Sternberg, Vice President Power Marketing, BayWa r.e.
- Wilson Griffin, Sr. Manager Sustainability Solutions, Gap, Inc.
Free Download: By registering for this webcast, you'll be among the first to receive a copy of the GreenBiz Insights: Corporate Clean Energy Strategy report, which offers valuable insights and case studies on corporate procurement and and how clean energy is becoming more accessible and valuable to businesses of all shapes and sizes, and underscore the diversity of options available in this accelerating market. You'll receive a link to the pdf, following the webcast.