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2 Weeks of Process Good & Best Practices

Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) Management Processes
(From Idea to Commissioning)

Building Hands-on Skills & Competencies in

  1. Win-Win Contract Administering without Negatively Impacting Project Objectives
  2. Viability Gap Bridging Provisions in Power Purchase Agreements
  3. Effective Negotiation, Resolving Disputes and Disagreements
  4. Monitoring, Reporting & Audit

2 Week Job Process Good & Best Practices Training

New Delhi
22 April-3 May 2024
6-17 May 2024
20-31 May 2024
New York
3-14 June 2024
Seattle, USA
17-28 June 2024
New Delhi
1-12 July 2024
15-26 July 2024
New Delhi
29 July - 9 Aug 2024
12-23 Aug 2024
New York
26 Aug-6 Sept 2024
9-20 Sept 2024
23 Sept-4 Oct 2024
New Delhi
7-18 Oct 2024
21 Oct-1 Nov 2024
New Delhi
4-15 Nov 2024
18-29 Nov 2024
New York
2-13 Dec 2024
Seattle, USA
16-27 Dec 2024
30 Dec 2024- 10 Jan 2025
6-17 Jan 2025
20-31 Jan 2025
3-14 Feb 2025
17-28 Feb 2025
New York
2-13 March 2025
Seattle, USA
16-27 March 2025
30 March-10 April 2025
New York
13-24 April 2025
Dubai 27 April-8 May 2025
Kualalumpur 11-22 May 2025
London 25 May-5 June 2025

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What is Covered in this Workshop?

  1. This program provides the Power Purchase Agreement PPA Professional Workshop participant the essential Understanding, Competencies, Skills, Process Knowledge and Management Guidance to perform his PPA Professional Assignment in an effective, efficient, customer focused manner, always targeting Protecting his Organization, Win-Win PPA Administration, and Meeting the Operational & Strategic Objectives.
  2. Program Topics will be discussed in detail during the 2 weeks, to ensure the participants gains a full Multi-Discipline Multi-Stakeholder Latest-Technology Equipped Understanding of the PPA Processes he will be required to Plan, Execute, Supervise and Manage.
  3. To encourage the generation of Electric Power in the private sector the government encourages the setting up of All Types of Power Plants – the investor business is called an IPP, or Independent Power Producer, and the Contract Entered to Buy the Power from producer is called the Power Purchase Agreement PPA. This program will build competencies in Understanding, Negotiating and Administering PPAs. The Government or Private customer is the Electrical Utility or bulk consumer, in PPA they agrees to buy Electric Power from the IPP for a predetermined period of time usually 20 or 30 years at agreed formula rates to enable the Investor recover his investments.
  4. If the Land or other Resources like fuel is provided by the Government Owner, Power Utility, it becomes a PPP Contract.
  5. If the Fuel is provided to the Contractor or Investor Business it may be called an Energy Conversion Agreement, instead of the PPA..
  6. Sometimes Power Purchase payments may be guaranteed by the Government to reduce risk for Foreign Independent Power Producers IPPs and Guarantee Demand for the Power.

Who Should Attend?

  1. This program is intended for Power Purchase Professionals, Energy Conversion Agreement Professionals, Government Negotiators, Contract Administrators, Legal Staff and Managers.
  2. This Program will also be useful for Power Purchase Agreements PPAs Consultants, Operational Auditors and Regulatory Authority Staff.

Program Content & Modules

Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) Management Processes
(From Idea to Commissioning)

  1. Business Aspects of Power Purchase Agreements
  2. Business Aspects of Energy Conversion Agreements
  3. PPA Stakeholders & their Expectations
  4. Legal & Regulatory Aspects of PPAs
  5. Commercial Risks on PPAs
  6. Technical Risks on PPAs
  7. Societal & Political Risks on PPAs
  8. Typical Assignment of Risks between the Stakeholders
  9. Typical PPA Contract Conditions discussed include

    (1) Agreed Contract Forms,
    (2) Billing and payment,
    (3) Governmental Authorizations;
    (4) Implementation Schedule; Commissioning and
    (5) Net Dependable Capacity Testing; Calculation of Payment;
    (6) Minimum Insurance Requirements;
    (7) Consequences of Termination;
    (8) Failure to commence & conditions precedent:
    (9) Reports Prior to Closing Date;
    (10) Extension of Closing Date;
    (11) Site Conditions;
    (12) Equity Contributions;
    (13) Subcontracts;
    (14) Compliance with Laws; Local Content
    (15) Contractor's Responsibilities;
    (16) Client's Responsibilities;
    (17) Test Results,;
    (18) Postponement of Scheduled Commercial Operation Date;
    (19) Liquidated Damages for Delay;
    (20) Liquidated Damages for Abandonment;
    (21) Custom Duties;
    (22) Obligations in case of Force Majeure;
    (23) Governing Law;
    (24) Negotiations; Technical Disputes; Arbitration; Sovereign Immunity;
    (25) Consequential Loss;
    (26) Specific Enforcement; Change in Laws;
    (26) Implementation Stage Responsibilities
    (27) Claims
    (28) Minimum Insurance Requirements
    (29) Other Provisions:
         (a) Notices;
         (b) Entire Agreement;
         (c) Waiver;
         (d) Amendment;
         (e) No Third Party beneficiary;
         (f) Assignment;
         (g) Confidentiality; Required Disclosure;
         (h) Survival of Obligations;
         (i) Exclusive Remedies;
         (j) Plant Description,
         (k) Design Conditions and Technical Data; Technical Limits;
         (l) Interfaces;
         (m) Documents to be Delivered after Effective Date;
         (n) Environmental Requirements and Procedures;
         (o) Quality Standards of Gas and Feedwater;
         (p) Long-Term Training Program.
    (30) Monitoring, Records, Reports and Audit;
    (31) Operation and maintenance:
    (32) Performance Standards;
    (33) Operating Procedures; Coordination;
    (34) Scheduled Maintenance;
    (35) Test Schedules;
    (36) Dispatch;
    (37) Maintenance Reserve;
    (38) Auxiliary Power;
    (39) Metering System & Management
    (39) Payment procedures
    (40) Tariff structures & payments
          (a) Renewable Energy;      (b) Take-or-Pay Obligations;       (c) Carry Forward etc.
    (41) Representations and warranties of client
    (42) Representations and warranties of contractor
    (43) Sale and purchase of capacity and output
    (44) Interconnection infrastructure
    (45) Details to be provided by contractor
    (46) Testing & Commissioning
    (47) Client Right to Take Over Project
    (48) Termination of Agreement Events & Processes
    (49) On transfer of project to Client
    (50) Utilities by Owner.
  10. For each Important PPA Contract Clause above this program discusses
          (1) Understanding Contractual Arrangement & Options,
          (2) Understanding & Administering Contract Conditions,
          (3) Identifying & Mitigating Risks and Problems,
          (4) Understanding and Acting on Disputes and Management Issues on contracts including IIPs and Energy Conversion Agreements and PPP Contracts
          (5) Builds Win-Win Negotiation Competencies
  11. Performance Evaluation of PPA Contract Administering
  12. Workshop 1
  13. Developing a Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) Professional Risk Management Plan
  14. Developing an Early Warning Systems to Identify Emerging PPA Risks & Opportunities
  15. Professional Level Insights into PPA Processes & Decisions
  16. Developing a PPA Quality Assurance (QA) & QC Plan
  17. Workshop 2
  18. Getting Management Support for PPA Stakeholder Focused Management System
  19. Documenting PPA Good Management Practices
  20. Reviewing & Applying (where applicable) PPA Best Benchmarked Practices
  21. Developing PPA Standard Operating Procedures SOPs
  22. Framework for a PPA Knowledge System
  23. Program Recommendations
  24. Personalized PPA Contract Administration & Management Improvement Action Plan