In the case of distributed generation (where the generator is located on a construction site and the energy is sold to the building user), commercial PPAs have developed as a variant that allows companies, schools and governments to buy electricity directly from the generator and not from the distribution company. This approach facilitates the financing of distributed generation facilities such as photovoltaics, microturbines, reciprocating piston engines and fuel cells. Power purchase agreement (ECA) for short-term, short-term, temporary or backup temporary, mobile or backup power for the purchase of electricity from a mobile installation (on skates). Prepared by an international law firm for a small rural energy project in Africa, as well as an implementation agreement. Power Purchase Agreement (AAA) and Implementation Agreement, established for the Private Power and Infrastructure Board of Pakistan by an international law firm (published in 2006) – standard form electricity acceptance contract and contract for the implementation of the fossil fuel power generation facility, developed by an international law firm for the Private Power and Infrastructure Board of Pakistan, as well as a model pricing plan for 2002, and the directive that developed the general plan set out a framework for the development of the three Standard Form Documents Policy 2002 (PDF). Physical PPAs refer to the purchase of energy at the numerator point (point of receipt of production). Typically, a distribution company supplies energy to its many customers via existing transmission lines. A physical customer of the AAE receives the physical delivery (or ownership) of the energy via the grid. Recently, a new form of ECA has been proposed to market electric vehicle charging stations through a bilateral form of electricity reception contract.

Many companies use financial PPAs to access green electricity, including Microsoft, Unilever, Equinix, Mars, Incorporated, and Iron Mountain Information Management. A Power Purchase Agreement (AAE) provides cash flow for a Build-Own Transfer (BOT) or a concession project for an Independent Power Plant (IPP). . . .