With increasing organisational focus on environmental responsibility, and with security of supply and price stability also major concerns, independent – or on-site – generation can provide a credible alternative to centralised power and its fluctuating costs. 

Alongside the rise in popularity of on-site generation, the general demand from businesses for renewable, sustainable energy is also likely to increase. 

Over the past few years, the energy industry has seen a huge amount of choice when it comes to new generation technologies and systems. From ‘deep green’ renewables such as wind, solar photovoltaic (PV) and hydro, to baseload sources of power produced from organic matter such as biomass, businesses now have a wide range of options if they want to move their power supply away from the standard grid supply offering.

So, if you are the owner of an energy generation asset, what is the best way to get your power to corporate buyers?

In our new guide, ‘Energy Generators: Making the most of your generation asset’, we look at:

  • Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) - whether a Fixed, Flexible or Index option is best for your asset
  • Renewable energy certifications - from ROCs to REGOs
  • The Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA) and what it means for energy generators
  • Unlocking the benefits of selling the power your energy asset generates

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