It is difficult to fully define the different types of ECA, as there is a wide range of possible and practical contractual agreements. In addition, the different characteristics of 2As cannot be clearly defined in a system. Nevertheless, we try to give an overview: the benefits of a power purchase agreement include long-term price security, opportunities to finance investments in new power generation capacity, or reduced risks associated with the sale and purchase of electricity. In addition, a specific supply of physical electricity can be made with certain regional specificities and guarantees of origin. Customers can seize this opportunity to make their brand more sustainable and greener. The opening of the contract also offers a great deal of leeway to reflect the preferences of different electricity operators and consumers. This also applies to pricing: PDOs can be signed at fixed prices or allow greater participation in market risks and opportunities. The ECA will distinguish the location of the sale of electricity with respect to the location of the buyer and seller. When electricity is delivered to a “collection rails” sale, the delivery point is on the top side of the transformer next to the project.
In this type of transaction, the buyer is responsible for transferring energy from the seller. Otherwise, the ECA distinguishes another delivery point that has been the subject of a contractual agreement between the two parties.  The maintenance and operation of a production project is the responsibility of the seller. These include regular inspections and repairs, if necessary, to ensure prudent practices. Lump sum damages are collected if the seller does not comply with these circumstances. As a rule, the seller is also responsible for installing and maintaining a meter in order to determine the amount of expenses to be sold. Under these conditions, the seller must also provide, at the request of the buyer, real-time data, including atmospheric data relevant to the type of technology installed.  An electricity consumption agreement (ECA) is a legal-grade contract between an electricity producer (supplier) and a pantograph (buyer, usually a distribution company or a large distributor). The duration of the contract can range from 5 to 20 years during which the electricity buyer snows energy and, sometimes, the capacity and/or ancillary services of the electricity producer.
These agreements play a key role in the financing of independent (i.e. non-distribution) power generation facilities. The seller under the PPA is usually an independent power producer or “PPI”. The ECA is often seen as the central document for the development of independent power generation facilities (power plants). Since it defines the turnover conditions for the project and the quality of the credit, it is the key to obtaining non-recourse project financing….