We are an independent energy procurement specialist for Australia’s commercial, industrial and government energy buyers.
We support our client’s sustainability and financial goals for renewable energy procurement including power purchase agreements, firming and project investment through our market expertise, data and guidance.
Energy providers, generators and investors
We provide a wide range of energy market services to project developers and generators, electricity retailers and investors.
We provide project investment advisory and work with industry to develop firming products for clean energy hedging, such as our solar swap and super peak contracts.
Our ‘Hub’ marketplace
Our marketplace platform is where energy buyers, providers and generators can meet, follow the energy market and transact. It is the intersection of energy futures contracts and AEMO market data.
The first of its kind in Australia and backed by ARENA, our platform is directly facilitating Australia’s energy transition.
You can become a part of it.learn more here
RE HUB MARKETPLACE
Welcome to the Hub
The energy market is big and crowded. There are energy buyers, sellers, brokers, retailers and firming providers. Everyone’s looking for something slightly different. We offer a range of services, depending on your business.
Virtual PPA : This is a direct financial agreement with a renewable energy project. Think of it like a risk management pricing tool, structured around specific periods of energy generation.
Sleeved PPA : Sleeved PPAs are agreements to purchase an energy project’s output, packaged up by a third party, usually an energy retailer. The retailer provides a fixed price contract that covers (or ‘sleeves’) periods when the renewable project isn’t generating power. They’re a useful workaround solution.
Behind the Meter : Behind the meter is exactly what it sounds like – an agreement to purchase a project’s output directly, physically connected at the buyer’s location. If the buyer needs extra energy, they can get it through the grid (via a standard retail contract).
But money isn’t the only benefit. You also get peace of mind. PPAs are useful because they give you a fixed price for the duration of the contract – sometimes for over ten years. That helps protect you against market fluctuations.
Corporate PPAs can also help you hit your climate goals. You generate less carbon emissions than the standard grid mix, you save money, and you can promote your business as part of Australia’s sustainable energy future.
In short, PPAs are more predictable. They give you access to low-cost renewables in ways standard retail contracts can’t. It’s generally a win for both parties.