The Power Purchase Agreement - PPA
Limejump unlocks the potential of your asset by providing you with a variety of commercial options including Fixed and Flexible Power Purchase Agreements.
EXCLUSIVE MARKET ACCESS
Dispatch & Balancing Mechanism
Limejump is the ONLY aggregated unit Live trading in the Balancing Mechanism and FFR, simultaneously. Utilise half-hourly wholesale prices and compete against larger, polluting power plants.
Frequency Response - FR
Be a part of energy flow fluctuations through dynamic asset management, providing energy when National Grid requires and identifying cost-saving opportunities.
Participate in the Capacity Market to receive an availability payment for your energy generation or ability to reduce your demand. If you would like to participate in the Capacity Market, then please contact us.
We work with over 350 customers to create our Virtual Power Plant. We have a selection of case studies for you to view and see how we can help you.
“We’d recommend Limejump’s services to other businesses that might not otherwise be eligible for demand response schemes. It’s a simple way to earn extra revenue for your business”
Mike Coats - SnowDome
Transparency & Power Response
"We have been working closely with Limejump to develop a responsive power solution which maximises the electricity we generate. Their ‘open book’ approach is refreshing and provides clarity in a complex market. "
“As our company and production capacity have grown, so have our energy demands. Limejump Understands our business and enables us to generate extra revenue by shifting demand.“
Get to know us!
We are the energy company of the future, utilising technology and advanced analytics, machine learning as well as our in-depth trading ability to connect distributed assets together to maximise the value of our customer’s electrical assets. Please find below a selection of Blog articles, news stories and announcements we think you will enjoy.
Power Purchase Capacity
Active Battery Capacity
Data Points Collected Per Year
On Sunday evening, wind generation was at a very healthy level, just over 11GW and even resulted in negative system prices. Winds stayed above monthly expectations up until Tuesday night where we witnessed a rapid ramp down of generation, dropping
On Monday 3rd May, there was a new record for wind generation. In the middle of the afternoon, wind turbines generated more than 17.6GW of electricity, breaking the previous record by 0.1GW - equating to 48.5% of the energy on
This week’s market was very similar to the last. Sustained low winds and low temperatures caused by a high-pressure system has meant that power prices have been higher than usual for this time of the year, as there was less