Power Purchase Agreements (PPA)

Freedom and protection from fluctuating energy costs

What is a PPA?

A power purchase agreement (PPA) is an innovative way for businesses, councils and other organisations to secure an energy supply at a reduced cost. It is essentially a financial agreement made between a renewable energy developer, such as Anesco, and a customer.

For PPAs entered into with Anesco, our specialist team will design, finance and manage the installation of a renewable system on a customer’s property. The energy generated by the system is then sold back to the customer at a pre-agreed price that is lower than that available through a utility provider.

The PPA may typically run for between 3 to 25 years, with the renewable installation monitored and maintained by Anesco throughout this period as part of the agreement. At the end of this time the customer may choose to purchase the asset, to extend the agreement or to have the asset removed.

PPAs typically run from

3-25 years

meaning substantial potential savings

Benefits of a PPA include:

  • Free supply and installation of a renewable system, such as roof mounted solar PV
  • Fixed electricity price indexed to RPI
  • Free monitoring and maintenance of the system for the length of the agreement
  • Substantial energy cost savings
  • Reduced carbon emissions

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