Webinar: Unpacking a Power Purchase Agreement

Power Purchase Agreements are a popular instrument used by organisation that seek sustainability benefits. 


This webinar will delve into the intricacies of PPAs, providing valuable insights into their workings, benefits, and various types prevalent in Australia.

Key Topics to be Covered:


1. How does the PPA work?

   – Uncover the mechanics and intricacies of Power Purchase Agreements, gaining a comprehensive understanding of their operation.


2. Values that PPA provides to the offtakers (buyers) and generators (sellers):

   – Explore the advantages that PPAs bring to both buyers and sellers, ensuring a win-win scenario for all stakeholders involved.


3. Types of PPAs in Australia:

   – Gain insights into the different types of Power Purchase Agreements prevalent in the Australian market, allowing you to make informed decisions.


4. Accounting Considerations:

   – Understand the accounting nuances associated with PPAs, ensuring compliance and transparency in financial reporting.


5. Valuation Principles:

   – Learn the essential valuation principles related to PPAs, empowering you to make informed investment decisions.


This webinar is a must-attend for professionals in the energy sector, finance, and sustainability.


  • Amber Shergis – Associate Director, EY’s Infrastructure Advisory
  • Stefanija Cubelic – Director, EY’s Financial Accounting Advisory Services (FAAS)
  • Joshua Loh – Manager, EY’s Actuarial 



Date: Wednesday 20th March 2024

Time: 12:30 PM – 13:30 PM AEDT

Delivery: Microsoft Teams (link to be provided by 4pm the day before, and 1 hour before)



ACTA Members: Free 

Non-Members: $55 (inc GST) 

Non-Member (Full Time) Students: $25 (inc GST)

INFINZ Members: $25 AUD (inc GST)


Thank you to our event partner EY for their support of the Australian Treasury Community.




Mar 20 2024


12:30 am - 12:30 am


Online - Teams


Australian Corporate
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