The Next Generation Of Risk Management For Renewable Energy

Contributing author, REsurety’s CEO Lee Taylor, breaks down how Proxy Revenue Swaps work, and outlines the benefits of risk mitigation tools.

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Reposted as in North American Windpower.


Before the rise of renewables, when our electricity system primarily relied on fossil fuels, the main risk driving power markets was the relationship between the price of the fuel being burned and the price of power in the market.

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