The buyer generally requires the seller to guarantee that the project meets certain performance standards. Performance guarantees allow the buyer to plan accordingly when developing new facilities or when executing application plans, which also encourages the seller to keep appropriate records. In cases where the supplier`s delivery does not meet the buyer`s contractual energy needs, the seller is responsible for restructuring the buyer`s debt. Other guarantees can be contractually agreed, including availability guarantees and performance curves. Both types of safeguards are more applicable in regions where the energy used by renewable technologies is more volatile.  Arvin Halkhoree is a lawyer with Juristconsult Chambers with a particular interest in the energy and energy sectors. In July 2014, he participated in a three-day DLA Africa Training Retreat in Rwanda. Key transactions in this area include (i) the legal and regulatory advice on the placement of exploration risk policies for a geothermal project in Kenya and (ii) advising a local consortium on the financing, construction, supply and commissioning of a large wind farm valued at $79 million. This practice note contains guidance on Mesne`s rights to use and occupation or benefits and how and when double rent or dual value can be invoked. Rights to use and occupationA right to use and occupation is possible if agriculture is cultivated without explicit agreement defining the main debate in an AAE, it is pricing; The pricing will guarantee cash flow and allow revenue to be forecast over the life of the project. Historically, pricing has been flat-rate, but we are seeing an emerging trend in renewable energy; buyer who makes a partial down payment or investment in the energy project. For projects using non-renewable energy, the cost of fuel is an important component of costs and fluctuations in fuel prices should be addressed in AAEs, for example by using transit elements to make the project profitable and profitable. Although the direct parties to the AAE are electricity producers and customers, this document is equally relevant to lenders and investors in the energy project.
They want the project to be solvent and may want to further limit the possibility of awarding or transferring the PPP. The AAE allows the electricity producer to secure a product from the electricity generation unit necessary to finance and/or reimburse the project. The guarantee of predictable cash flow is indeed one of the main factors in obtaining financing for the project. Therefore, the economic viability of the project would revolve around the conditions of the AEA, which go far beyond the simple sale and purchase of energy. The negotiation of a viable AAE is therefore necessary, despite the availability of other credit enhancement mechanisms such as a mother guarantee, performance obligations or insurance coverage. The monthly shipment of each plant must be reported and notified to the Directorate General of Electricity, and this report contains violations of the network code.