Risk premiums in energy trading

Hello monkeys,

I was wondering whether some of you know something about energy trading. Normally, when purchasing for your own portfolio one adds different types of premiums (for example imbalance and profile risks) to get to an ITP for your company, but what risk components are added if you sell the electricity on markets like the APX/EPEX? For example, if I have a PPA and directly sell the power on spot, how is that price built up?

Thanks for your help!

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