Video: The impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on Power Purchasing Agreements
The impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting every industry across the globe - power is no exception. Our experts sat down to discuss how the epidemic is specifically impacting the development of Power Purchasing Agreements (PPAs) across different regions. They also discuss what the market would look like for these contracts when we get out of the current crisis. Watch:
Etienne Gabel is a senior director at IHS Markit with the Latin America Gas, Power, and Energy Futures team.
Coralie Laurencin is a senior director with the Gas, Power, and Energy Futures team at IHS Markit.
Anna Shpitsberg is a director of global power and renewables for IHS Markit.
Eduard Sala de Vedruna is an executive director for the Global Power and Renewables team at IHS Markit.
Posted 16 April 2020.
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