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Solar Power Purchase Agreements (PPA)

Reduce your business energy costs without the upfront cost. Power purchase agreements allow business to reduce their energy costs by up to 75% with fully funded solar panel systems.

Arranging for a Solar Power Purchase Agreement

We understand that the upfront cost of solar installations can be a concern for many businesses. Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) alleviate that concern by allowing you to enjoy the benefits of solar power without the initial investment.
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What is a Power Purchase Agreement?

Customised Solar Solutions With Zero Upfront Cost

A Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is a forward-thinking solution that allows businesses to adopt solar energy without the upfront costs typically associated with solar installations. At Eco Energy and Projects, we believe in making sustainable energy accessible to everyone, and PPAs are one of the key ways we achieve this goal.

How Does a PPA Work?

Harness the Power of the Sun for Your Business

With a PPA, we handle the design, installation, and maintenance of the solar energy system on your property. In return, you agree to purchase the energy produced by the system at a predetermined rate over a specified contract period. This rate is often lower than what you would pay for traditional grid electricity, providing you with immediate cost savings.

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At Eco Energy and Projects, we’re committed to providing sustainable energy solutions that not only benefit your bottom line but also contribute to a more sustainable planet. Contact us today to learn more about how a Power Purchase Agreement can empower you with clean, affordable solar energy.

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A Solar PPA is a financial agreement where a solar provider installs, owns, and maintains solar panels on a customer’s property. The customer purchases the power generated by the panels at a set price, which is usually lower than the local utility’s rate, over a fixed period.
Solar PPA agreements in the UK typically last between 10 to 25 years. The length of the agreement can vary based on the provider and the specific terms agreed upon by both parties.
The primary benefits include no upfront capital costs for installation, reduced electricity bills, protection against rising energy prices, and contributing to a reduction in carbon emissions without having to manage or maintain the solar PV system.
Generally, there are no upfront costs for the customer in a Solar PPA arrangement. The solar provider covers the cost of the solar panel installation, operation, and maintenance.
Most Solar PPA agreements include a buyout option, allowing the customer to purchase the solar panel system at predetermined intervals during the contract term. The customer will also own the solar panel system at the end of the term by default.
At the end of the PPA term, the customer may have several options, including extending the PPA, gaining outright ownership of the panel system, or having the system removed by the solar provider.
Yes, Solar PPAs can save money on electricity bills because the rate paid for the solar energy is typically lower than the retail rate from the grid. Savings can vary based on the terms of the PPA and changes in utility prices.
The solar provider is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the solar panel system throughout the duration of the PPA agreement.
If you sell your property, the Solar PPA can usually be transferred to the new property owner, subject to the agreement’s terms and the new owner’s credit approval by the solar provider.
Solar PPAs can potentially increase property value by reducing operating costs. However, the impact on property value can vary, and it’s advisable to consult with a property valuation expert.