An important case for paying an add on cost for Green Energy in a business case.
When an Organisation commits to paying an add on cost for Green energy the add on cost appears on that organisations books.
As soon as such a cost is present, there exists an opportunity for anyone in that organisation to propose changes that reduce that cost, and they have the ability to propose solutions that defray said costs.
That is any project that reduces energy and can transfer it to renewable can in part be funded by the savings that will be made in the add on cost.
Not withstanding that Green Energy also reduces obligations elsewhere as a result of carbon emission reduction.
This is about bringing the capacity to change into an organisation to reach its long term goals.