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energysource issue 18 03 Apr 2017

Direct PPAs: Connecting with corporates

For onshore wind farm developers and solar PV developers in the UK, 2015 and 2016 have proved to be key years in their evolution. The UK Government has clearly come to the conclusion that onshore wind and solar PV projects in the UK are now advanced enough to stand on their own without the need (or justification) for a green subsidy. For energy from waste (EfW) plants, there continues to be a move away from local authority backed supply contracts to a merchant structure which relies upon waste supply and power offtake from corporates.

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