Energy Markets 101: REMA Webinar, May 23

The free webinar from the Renewable Energy Markets Association (REMA) will present an overview of energy markets, pricing dynamics, and deal structures.

Increasingly, large corporations and institutions are seeking ways to purchase power directly from off-site renewable energy projects in order to secure stable long-term electricity rates, provide budget certainty, and generate substantial brand value.


This May 23rd webinar, hosted by the Renewable Energy Markets Association (REMA) and OneEnergy Renewables, will provide a foundation for understanding direct purchase options by explaining power market mechanics, rules, and pricing. It also explores traditional renewable power sales approaches, including negotiated deals and PURPA sales contracts. OneEnergy will conclude the presentation by discussing innovative ways for corporations and institutions to structure direct energy purchases from off-site renewable projects.

The session will benefit sustainability managers, energy managers, and renewable energy industry participants.

Register here >> https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/968724634

Speakers include:
--Tim Belden, Principal, Energy GPS
--Ken Kaufmann, Partner, Lovinger Kaufmann, LLP
--Bill Eddie, President, OneEnergy Renewables

Who should attend?
--Energy project developers
--Utility providers
--Green power marketers
--Permitting officials
--Financiers
--Energy aggregators and traders
--Renewable energy component manufacturers


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