Under this business model, the customer purchases the services of the photovoltaic installation and not the photovoltaic installation itself. This framework is called « Solar Services » and developers who offer SPPAs are called solar service providers. SPPA agreements allow the customer to avoid many of the traditional barriers to installing solar systems on site: high foreloading costs, systemic risks, and complex design and licensing processes. In addition, SPPA agreements can be positive for the host client from the date the system is commissioned. Model Electricity Acceptance Contract C-15 (c) After informing the Host that it decides to exercise the option described in points 10(a) or 10(b) above, the Supplier shall prepare and provide a number of records of the operation and maintenance history of the facility as well as a series of as-Built drawings of the entire facility and shall provide or have them delivered. After payment of the option price, the provider provides or has delivered to the host a sales contract that transfers the entity to the host. Such a sales contract does not contain any guarantee other than a guarantee against legal defects caused by the supplier. The supplier shall make every right to transfer to the host the remaining manufacturer`s warranties for the installation or part thereof. (d) In the context and prior to the effective date of the purchase of the facility by the hosts, the host and the provider may agree to the conclusion of an operations and maintenance contract under which the provider meets all or part of the operation and maintenance requirements of the facility after the purchase of the facility by the host. Neither party is required to enter into such an agreement. (e) If the Host does not exercise the option to purchase the Facility and the Parties do not agree to any subsequent agreement regarding the Facility before the end of the Operating Period, the Supplier, at its expense, shall immediately close and remove the Facility within three (3) months from the end of the Operating Period.
The Host Party shall grant the Supplier and its representatives appropriate access to the vehicle and pedestrians through the land to the premises for the purpose of closing the facility. When exercising such access and performing the decommissioning, the Supplier will make reasonable efforts to minimize disruptions in the activities that occur on the Site. The host shall provide on-site an appropriate storage space suitable for the premises, materials and tools used during decommissioning, which the space provider shall provide with fences or other equipment that the supplier deems necessary. During dismantling, the supplier will comply with all applicable laws. f) The possibility for the Host to acquire the facility referred to in Section 10(b) shall not apply beyond the termination of this Agreement. 11. CLOSURE, SALE OF THE SITE AND CLOSURE OF PREMISES (a) The Host may, from time to time, request the Supplier to temporarily suspend the operation of the Facility. Such a request should be duly linked to the host`s activities during the operation of the airport, including compliance with FAA mandates or the maintenance and improvement of the website.
During such a shutdown period (but without a period of force majeure), the Host shall pay the Supplier an amount equal to the sum of (i) the payments that the Host would have made to the electricity supplier under this Agreement, which would have been generated during the closure period, and (ii) the revenues that the Supplier would have received under the CSI and another electrical energy assistance program; during the shutdown period. The determination of the amount of energy that would have been produced during the closure period shall be based on the estimated production volumes in the first year of the operating period and, after the first year of the operating period, on the actual operation of the facility in the same C-28, where a business case for renewable energy is developed at airports for all persons financing the mechanism. . . .