Clean energy CPPAs will help corporates make the switch to 100% renewables

Clean-energy corporate power purchase agreements (CPPA) are a key response to corporations targeting 100% renewable energy procurement. Image: Markus Distelrath / Pixabay

Justine Roche

Programme Analyst, Energy, Materials Infrastructure Platform, World Economic Forum

Natalie Adomait

Managing Partner & Chief Investment Officer, Transition Investments, Brookfield Asset Management

Michael Hayes

Global Head, Renewables, KPMG


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Global corporate power purchase agreements volume, 2010-2020. Image: BNEF
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