FCR has contracted with some of the largest energy marketing companies and most recognizable clean energy brands in the world.As a result, we can leverage open market demand and liquidity as key transactional indicators.
An important part of a market based energy transaction is the Dispatchability. Being dispatchable is a requirement of the balancing authority who manages the grid systems to which the the power plant is interconnected.
Portfolio diversity of product placement in the market helps to limit the commodity market risk out amongst the various products. This helps manage institutional and regulatory risk at both the project level and product level.
Energy is a commodity that is traded in free markets all over the world and those markets continue to expand as the demand for energy continues to outpace supply. FCR recognizes that current renewable energy models are not market based and therefore not sustainable. In addition, The energy transaction itself is not market, not only in terms of the market value assessed for the energy commodities being produced, but also relative to the structure of the transaction.