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Training

Subsidised Renewables: Commercial Optimisation

The majority of the 40GW or so of renewables capacity currently installed in GB is operating under a support scheme, despite subsidy for new developments only being available for select less-established technologies. Those renewables with subsidy will continue to receive support until the later part of the 2020s at the earliest, and the majority well into the 2030s.

This new one-day course explains the operation of the Renewables Obligation (RO), the Feed-in Tariff (FiT), and Contracts for Difference (CfD) schemes and the value available for generators now and in the future. Our experts will also detail how costs are recovered from consumers via their electricity suppliers and give insights on how policy and regulatory changes may impact on these arrangements.

Designed for

  • Traders and operators of subsidised renewables
  • Developers and investors
  • Electricity suppliers
  • Aggregators and offtakers
  • Brokers

Areas of focus

  • RO, FiT and CfD scheme design
  • Subsidised capacity roll-out profile
  • How and when generators receive support revenues
  • Process for collecting costs from suppliers
  • Process for non-payment (mutualisation)
  • Future developments for the existing schemes

Booking Information

Location:

CCT Barbican

Aldersgate House

135-137 Aldersgate Street

London

EC1A 4JA

 

Price:

£595 + VAT

Discounts are available for multiple bookings, please contact Emily at training@cornwall-insight.com for more information.

Sorry there are currently no upcoming dates, please contact us on 01603 602115 or via email

Plan your training pathway

All Cornwall Insight courses are arranged within training pathways, easily allowing you to select which level you required. Simply choose from the drop down below to view our development pathway.

1
Foundation
Course
Introducing the GB energy market
2
Intermediate
Course
Competitive consumer energy
3
Advanced
Course
Electricity settlements: from the meter to the bank