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- Brian Janous
Renewable power purchasing agreements signed by global corporations are accounting for a rising share of renewable additions in key power markets as companies take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with production and operation. Corporate buyers are becoming important new players in the electric sector worldwide as they increase spending and investment in renewable energy. How will corporate procurement evolve in the future? What are some of the obstacles for growth? Will corporate buyers be able to expand procurement from early success regions, such as North America and Europe, to other parts of the world? How are procurement strategies changing as markets and policies evolve?