In our latest analysis, we break down negative electricity pricing, exploring its implications within the framework of Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs).
Using Spain as a case study, we dive into how negative electricity pricing plays out in different regions, its impact on developers, and strategies for mitigating financial risks via mechanisms like fundamental market modeling and contractual protections. While market reforms will likely decrease occurrences of negative pricing going forward, the takeaway is clear: corporate buyers must rely on targeted tools to accurately assess and manage associated financial risks in an ever-evolving energy landscape.
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