Peer-to-peer energy trading explained

December 12, 2018 at 10:52 am
Peer-to-peer energy trading explained

Australia has more than 2 million solar PV installations, making us number one in the world in terms of the highest proportion of prosumers. While previously, the grid was designed to be one way only, it is now changing to two-way energy flows; facilitating exports of electricity as much as imports. One option to enable … Continue reading Peer-to-peer energy trading explained

How to account for exported solar electricity [new approach by NCOS]

December 5, 2018 at 10:52 am
How to account for exported solar electricity

The treatment of energy generated from solar PV systems is an important consideration for organisations who have carbon reduction or renewable energy targets. Most people know that electricity generated from solar reduces their grid electricity purchases and thus their carbon emissions. However, what causes much confusion is how to correctly account for renewable electricity that … Continue reading How to account for exported solar electricity [new approach by NCOS]

Buying renewable energy via a Power Purchase Agreement, Part 2, PPA options [includes infographics]

November 28, 2018 at 8:00 am
Sleeved PPA

In part one of this series, we introduced buying renewable energy via a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). In this article – part two, we are looking at the main PPA options. PPA contract models A number of PPA models have been developed to enable the purchase of renewables in recent years, including sleeved PPAs, direct … Continue reading Buying renewable energy via a Power Purchase Agreement, Part 2, PPA options [includes infographics]

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