Webinar: The Art & Science of PPAs — Factors to Consider Beyond the Numbers

Market Insights
February 18, 2021

Webinar Date and Time: March 2, 2021 at 10 am PST/1 pm EST
Presenters: Tyler Espinoza, Director, Energy and Climate Practice at 3Degrees; Misti Groves, VP, Business Development at LevelTen Energy

Before your organization can go to market with a PPA, there are some important criteria that must be considered. Most companies are familiar with the financial aspect of evaluating PPAs, but this decision should not solely be about the numbers. Qualitative factors must also be considered to properly evaluate co-benefits such as: diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and nature-based, as well as project development risk factors.

In this one-hour webinar, 3Degrees and LevelTen Energy will discuss both the qualitative (“art”) and the quantitative (“science”) factors of global PPAs to help you:

  • Understand project development maturity and risk
  • Consider how DEI and environmental criteria can factor into your project requirements
  • Ensure you are evaluating the full range of options to make the best decision for your organization

Watch the on-demand webinar here.

LevelTen Energy

LevelTen Energy is the leading provider of renewable transaction infrastructure, delivering the cloud-based software, centralized supply, automated analytics, and expertise required to accelerate clean energy transactions. The LevelTen Platform is the world’s largest online hub for renewable energy buyers, sellers, advisors, asset owners and financiers. The Platform includes the LevelTen Energy Marketplace, which delivers access to more than 4,000 power purchase agreement price offers spanning 21 countries in North America and Europe. It also includes the LevelTen Asset Marketplace, which brings together over 470 renewable energy project developers and owners, and delivers the online tools and expertise they need to buy, sell and finance assets quickly. Together, LevelTen and its partners share #OneGoal to accelerate the energy transition.

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