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The rise of Corporate Power Purchase Agreements in Spain & Portugal. Energy business leaders’ Virtual Roundtable

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The rise of Corporate Power Purchase Agreements in Spain & Portugal. Energy business leaders’ Virtual Roundtable

Fieldfisher is delighted to invite you to an interactive virtual roundtable discussion with leaders in the Spanish energy industry where we will explore the rise of Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPAs) and their increasingly prevalent role in Spain and Portugal’s energy sectors.

Prior to the COVID-19 lockdown, Spain and Portugal were touted as two of the fastest-growing markets in Europe for CPPAs – a reputation they are starting to regain as the economy and energy demand recovers.

Spanish CPPAs are being signed in the context of changing regulation and market structure, rising energy demand and a rapidly developing ancillary services sector and the country’s indigenous advantages for highly competitive solar and wind energy generation.

With lockdown restrictions starting to ease, this webinar will coincide with the recommencement of many paused negotiations for CPPAs in Spain and Portugal.

It also follows the recent launch of our thought leadership paper “Think Gig: The Rise of Corporate Power Purchase Agreements“, based on a market survey conducted, analysed and presented by our corporate and regulatory energy experts.

Our Spanish and European lawyers, who combine several decades of experience in the corporate and energy sectors, will help identify the key benefits and risks of this business trend and are interested in hearing your views on the future of CPPAs in the market.

Issues we will cover include:

  • Are Spain and Portugal growing markets for CPPAs?
  • How have the regulatory environments for CPPAs in Spain and Portugal evolved?
  • What are the main drivers and deterrents for using CPPAs in Spain and Portugal, instead of other off-take and supply solutions?
  • How can CPPAs be improved to accommodate the needs of domestic and international stakeholders?

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