How PPAs can help you deliver your net zero ambitions

Presented by

Nigel Holden and Michael Mahoney, Co-op Power

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Michael Mahoney, Energy Procurement & Risk Manager, and Nigel Holden, Head of Co-op Power, share their expert insight into Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), the benefits, the different types, and how they can help organisations achieve zero carbon emissions. The climate crisis increasingly requires committed action at a corporate and exec level. For those businesses and leaders looking to accelerate their renewable energy goals, Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) are a viable option and will help achieve long-term sustainability goals and demonstrate your commitment to the growth of renewable electricity as part of your net zero ambition. Organisations that fail to invest in sustainability and carbon reduction will leave themselves at risk not only of paying higher costs in the long-term, but potentially facing backlash from their customers as environmental pressure intensifies and governments enforce new legislation. Speakers Nigel Holden, Head of Co-op Power Michael Mahoney, Energy Procurement & Risk Manager, Co-op Power Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once you have viewed the webinar. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email harry.matyjaszek@futurenetzero.com detailing the specific webinar.

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