This relates to the difference between what was planned (usually a day before) and actual production (the cost of imbalance). This risk can be reduced by correcting the costs of imbalance through an agreement or intraday trade, if available. Systemshosts may sell and purchase in their place RECS from other geographically eligible green electricity resources, in order to assert environmental rights. This process is called REC-arbitration and allows the facility operator to capture the financial benefits of solar RECS while meeting the environmental partnership requirements. For an in-depth discussion of UCs, read the EPO White Paper on UCs. Then the electricity bill. If you think, „Wait, do I have two bills now?“, you stay with us. It may be a bit confusing at first glance to have two bills, but don`t be fooled. Your solar panels still produce cleaner and cheaper energy for you than the supply company – you may just need to do some math to find out how much you`re saving. The good news is that the electricity bill part of your savings equation should be the same.
Most energy bills are essentially two or three pieces: an electricity purchase contract (AAE) is a contractual agreement between energy buyers and sellers. They meet and agree to buy and sell an amount of energy generated or generated by a renewable asset. AAEs are generally signed for a long-term period of between 10 and 20 years. Long-term project of an electricity supply contract (AAE) of the Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) (for projects for which location and fuel are indicated) (pdf) – Draft electricity supply contract developed by CERC for the Indian PPI market – for long-term agreements (more than 7 years) for the construction of power plants in which the site is not indicated. A link is the draft request for submissions – for the ppA project, you go to page 70. A power purchase agreement (AAE) provides payment flow for a build-own transfer (BOT) or a concession project for an independent power plant (PPI). It is between the „buyer“ buyer (often a state electricity supplier) and a private electricity producer. The AAE described here is not suitable for electricity sold on world markets (see deregulated electricity markets below). This summary focuses on a basic thermal charge facility (the problems would be slightly different for thermal or hydroelectric power plants in the central area or in the state-of-the-art facilities).