Event in Amsterdam to hold city-focused session on long-term energy procurement



Alix Bolle

Publication date

August 10, 2022

The war in Ukraine has reshaped European energy policy. And the new direction is clear – no more Russian energy imports by 2027, more and faster renewables deployment.

Renewables are the key to Europe’s energy competitiveness, our security and our climate goals.
In this context of climate, geopolitical and prices crises, cities and public authorities are in the forefront of the energy transition, with an increasing number of them pledging for climate neutrality and 100% renewables targets.

Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) are a pivotal tool to facilitate this transition. For the public sector, they are a stable, long-term supply of energy. For Europe as a whole, they are another step on the road to energy security and climate neutrality.

The RE-Source Platform can help by facilitating green corporate energy sourcing. Its Annual Event is back, from 6-7 October in Amsterdam, as Europe’s largest gathering of green corporate buyers and sellers. And this year they are hosting a session focused on cities and public authorities.

What can this event bring you?

  • An extensive programme of sessions, workshops and roundtables looking at the PPA scene across Europe, the supply chain, SMEs, energy-intensive industries, risk-mitigation, public procurement by cities, and more.
  • A chance for corporate buyers – of different sizes and sectors – and renewable developers, utilities, and manufacturers to come together and build lasting partnerships.
  • And a chance to meet policymakers to discuss market and regulatory barriers and solutions.

This event will be the chance to exchange on best practices, lessons learnt and to build meaningful partnerships around energy procurement.

Registration has opened now – see the RE-Source website for more information.