Renewable Energy Offerings That Work for Companies

Renewable Energy Offerings That. Work

Of the more than 15 gigawatts (GW) of corporate renewable energy deals done to date, less than 2 GW have occurred through utility programs, and the vast majority of power purchase agreements have occurred in states that participate in organized wholesale markets.

This report from the Advanced Energy Buyers Group, a business-led coalition of large energy users facilitated by Advanced Energy Economy, explains how states with vertically integrated electricity markets can unlock the many benefits of corporate renewable energy procurement.

The guide walks through six practical steps that states and utilities can take to meet large customer demand for renewable energy, and also outlines replicable best practices from states across the country, based on the experience of Advanced Energy Buyers Group members. These examples span utility renewable energy programs (often called “green tariffs”), direct access opportunities, and retail choice.


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Renewable Energy Offerings That. Work

Of the more than 15 gigawatts (GW) of corporate renewable energy deals done to date, less than 2 GW have occurred through utility programs, and the vast majority of power purchase agreements have occurred in states that participate in organized wholesale markets.

This report from the Advanced Energy Buyers Group, a business-led coalition of large energy users facilitated by Advanced Energy Economy, explains how states with vertically integrated electricity markets can unlock the many benefits of corporate renewable energy procurement.

The guide walks through six practical steps that states and utilities can take to meet large customer demand for renewable energy, and also outlines replicable best practices from states across the country, based on the experience of Advanced Energy Buyers Group members. These examples span utility renewable energy programs (often called “green tariffs”), direct access opportunities, and retail choice.


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