The Energy Spectrum service captures key developments across the energy sector and offers a timely, insight-driven overview of the need-to-know news and changes in the industry.
The Energy Spectrum Ireland service captures all the important developments across the energy sectors and is an excellent source of news on the ongoing changes to the dynamic Irish and Northern Irish energy sectors.
Whether you are an energy executive, trader, broker or investor, the Energy Market Bulletin will help you make better investment and contract decisions. It will allow you to manage your exposure to risk, improve your opportunities to hedge, and increase your visibility into wholesale energy markets.
The balancing mechanism and imbalance price are fluid and vary every day, potentially resulting in material fluctuations in revenues and costs incurred by generators and suppliers alike. Understanding what factors led to a price imbalance, which generators were bidding their spare capacity at the time, and what the reserve scarcity price was, is all a key part of being an intelligent competitor in this market.
Distinguish your company from your competitors and provide your staff and clients with valuable insight into the energy industry. Our expert team of researchers, analysts, and writers can create a publication tailored to your exact requirements. Whatever you want to achieve, we can make it happen - saving you time, while minimising cost and stress.
Our complimentary Charts of the Week analyse the latest news and updates in the energy industry. Our charts offer a visual way of understanding complex issues and are complemented by our experts analysis.
2030 is a critical point in the transformation of UK energy; the vision to achieve this is emerging. We know the basic outline and where we want to get to but overlaying the solutions of today on the challenges of tomorrow will not work. We need to think about what we will want for or energy system in 2030 and design the future model to deliver that vision. Energy:2030, which is published monthly will provide you with the news and insight from the GB and elsewhere that will help you navigate the future.
A weekly publication to help you understand and take advantage of the opportunities arising in Ireland and Northern Ireland energy market.
International and local energy and water markets are undergoing massive change and transformation, to keep track of these changes and to provide you with insights on the work of the Pixie Energy team, we are delighted to launch our new industry information service - Pixie Chart of the Week
Being a part of this ever-changing and increasingly globalised energy market, it is essential that industry stakeholders have access to clear, independent and reliable information on wholesale market developments.
Water Weekly will help ensure you stay ahead of the game, delivering the need-to-know news for the water and wastewater community. It allows you to track industry developments and the drivers behind them, ensuring you have the information required to grow your business.
9th October 2019
Electricity networks worldwide are experiencing dramatic increases in volumes of renewable capacity. This growth is being driven by countries seeking to decarbonise their power sector by reducing dependency on fossil fuels without impacting the security of supply. The scale of this change is creating new challenges for power networks and those responsible for keeping the lights onRead the insight paper
Helping you make sense of the energy and water sectors
Over 30GW of renewables and flexible generation find their way to market via a Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs). Although technologies as diverse as rooftop solar, fuelled peaking plants, and co-location of storage and generation have offtake arrangements to secure revenue, the PPA contracts are of a broadly similar structure. This new one-day training session explains key PPA terms, and their bankability and interaction with financing structures. Our in-depth knowledge of the offtake market is used to detail wholesale market, subsidy scheme and embedded benefit pricing structures and how these are typically reflected for different technologies. We also explore the offtaker market by looking at the differing products on offer now and the emergence of corporate PPAs.
The day concludes with an appraisal of the prospects for the PPA market in the context of removal of subsidy for most new generation, the scale of generation capacity required to meet future system needs, and the outlook for wholesale prices.
135-137 Aldersgate Street
£595 + VAT
Discounts are available for multiple bookings, please contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This course has received an average feedback score of 4.6/5
'Very interesting. Good, energetic speakers'
'Good course, nice balance of overview and detail. Interesting content very much improved my understanding of PPAs'
'Fantastic. Presenters really know their field'
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