3 March 2023, Sydney – The Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) released their fourth Annual State of the Market Report today. The State of the Market 2022 report provides an overview of the Corporate Renewable Power Purchase Agreements (Corporate PPAs) …READ MORE >
16 December 2022, Sydney – Last week, the Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) initiative launched a new Buyer’s Diagnostic Tool and refreshed website to facilitate Australian companies to procurement more renewable electricity.
BRC-A have developed a Buyers Diagnostic …READ MORE >
2 September 2022, Sydney – There is currently a huge amount of interest in developing Green Hydrogen in hubs around Australia. BRC-A provides know-how support to Corporates and Industry in Australia on how to do Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) …READ MORE >
13 December 2021, Sydney – 2021 was a challenging year on many levels, but Corporate Purchasing of Renewables continues to be key feature of the energy market. The Business Renewable Centre Australia’s annual State of the Market report has found …READ MORE >
In the world of climate innovation, the Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) is not a textbook venture. Rather, it is an unprecedented organisational collaboration, allowing market competitors to access high-value renewable electricity contracts by acting systemically.
There are a number …READ MORE >
December 3 2020, Sydney – The Business Renewable Centre Australia’s annual State of the Market report has found 2020 will be a record year for Corporate Renewable Power Purchase Agreements (Corporate PPAs) in Australia, with governments and businesses investing …READ MORE >
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All of the bumps and hiccups that accompany the integration of large amounts of renewable energy into the grid have caused PPA buyers to …READ MORE >
Seventy leading Australian organisations have made the switch to renewable energy in the past two years and procured nearly 2.3 GW of electricity – enough to power about 1.3 million homes* – according to a new report by the Business
It is by no means controversial to suggest that corporate buyers can benefit from entering into a renewable Power Purchase Agreement.
Jon Dee (RE100), a frequent collaborating partner with the Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A), delivered an …READ MORE >