This course can be taken on its own by those with some previous knowledge of the topic or as the second part of a two course programme, the first one an introduction to drafting PPAs and GSAs, and this second course providing practical examples through case studies and negotiation exercises. This interactive course will provide further examples and practice in drafting and negotiating successful PPAs and GSAs from a commercial perspective.
It also assesses best practices in financing projects and risk mitigation. An understanding of how to deliver PPAs and GSAs that will last into the long term between power companies, consumers and government organisations is crucially important. After completing this course, delegates will have gained a fuller understanding of constructing PPAs and GSAs.
Who Should Attend?
Company executives, government and parastatal officials involved in preparing, negotiating or implementing Power Purchase Agreements or Gas Supply Agreements, with the regulation or commercial management of energy enterprises, or negotiating contracts of any type in the energy sector.
At the end of the programme participants will have a greater understanding of and have developed the following key attributes:
- Understand a legal and regulatory framework
- Explore contract design
- Comprehend the structure of Power Purchase Agreements and Gas Supply Agreements
- Analyse Case Study GSAs and PPAs
- Understand negotiation theory and practice
- Employ negotiating tactics
- Apply to GSAs and PPAs