Electricity purchase contracts (AAEs) may be appropriate:[4] Kenya – Power Purchase Agreement (AAE) – simplified agreement developed for Kenya, a relatively simplified power purchase agreement developed for the Kenya Electricity Regulatory Authority for use in « hydrothermal, geothermal or gas-fired » power generation units. It expects a capacity load and an energy load. The seller must sell all the net electrical power of the installation to the buyer. The Energy Regulatory Commission also provides a link to a PPP model for large renewable generators over 10 MW and an AAE for smaller renewable energy projects of less than 10 MW on its renewable energy portal. AAEs are complex contracts and often require a lot of time and negotiation before conclusion. The long-term nature of AAEs can be a disadvantage in the event of price changes, which in the end is negative for some. In addition, the production of electricity itself – particularly from wind and photovoltaic installations – can vary. If the amounts of electricity agreed in advance are not available at the time of delivery, the operator must pay financial or physical compensation or outsource them to third parties, such as . B an electricity distributor.

In the case of decentralized production (where the generator is on a construction site and the energy is sold to the building occupants), commercial PPAs have developed as a variant allowing companies, schools and governments to source directly from the generator and not from the distribution company. This approach facilitates the financing of distribution-related production facilities, such as photovoltaics, micro-turbines, alternative piston engines and fuel cells. Tanzania – Relatively simplified electricity supply agreements for small-scale generators in Tanzania – standardized main grid connection maps and standard APPAs for insulated mini-grids, as well as standardized tariff methods for each case and detailed tariff calculations, all available on the EWURA website. See also guidelines for the development of small energy projects. Long-term project of an electricity supply contract (AAE) of the Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) (for projects for which location and fuel are indicated) (pdf) – Draft electricity supply contract developed by CERC for the Indian PPI market – for long-term agreements (more than 7 years) for the construction of power plants in which the site is not indicated. A link is the draft request for submissions – for the ppA project, you go to page 70.