Energy Procurement

Energy Procurement

Corporate Power Purchase Agreements for Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy Procurement

The Energy Procurement Process

Evaluating different suppliers, understanding the pricing formula, analyzing the regional electricity markets, and navigating the regulatory process is vital to selecting a qualified supplier.

Our consultants work directly with your legal team during contract negotiations with the selected supplier, and we facilitate the Qualified User and Assets Registration process. We manage the RFP process and provide each PPA proposal's due diligence and risk analysis reports.

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Renewable Energy Procurement

Step 1: Strategy Development

The procurement process starts by partnering with your organization to develop an energy procurement strategy.

After reviewing two years of your energy spending, we analyze financial models and simulations to identify scenarios to cut costs and mitigate risks.

Approved power suppliers are provided with proprietary bidding documents to streamline energy supply offers for your organization.

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Our legal experts manage the negotiation of the key terms and conditions of the power purchase agreement (PPA).

Step 2: The RFP Process

Identify all viable suppliers and perform a pre-qualification process

Contracting and negotiation of the power purchase agreement

Financial models assessing scenarios to lower energy costs with varying risk/return profiles

Analysis of final supplier contracts and agreements and negotiation of protective clauses

Installation of new transformers and meters

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Signing the Power Purchase Agreement in Mexico

Step 3: Signing the Power Purchase Agreement

Qualified users can sign PPAs with qualified power suppliers who will manage interactions between the user and the Wholesale Electrical Market (MEM).

PPAs can supply energy to all of your plants under one contract, which typically ranges from three to five years in duration.

Our legal experts manage the negotiation of the key terms and conditions of the power purchase agreement (PPA).

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